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Old 01-04-2007, 02:23 PM   #631
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Has anyone ever gotten an Alice in Wonderland themed cake? My DD really loves the Chesire Cat especially. Thanks!
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Old 01-04-2007, 03:32 PM   #632
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cake photos from le cellier

any photos from le cellier of their cakes...I've just ordered a birthday cake for january 24th for our dinner there...hubby's 41st birthday!!
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Old 01-04-2007, 04:54 PM   #633
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Can someone tell me how much the Mickey Dome cake is, where you can get it, and how big it is? Thanks!!!

What page is the picture of the Mickey Dome cake on? How did I miss it?
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Old 01-04-2007, 07:55 PM   #634
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I was still wondering if anyone knows where I can get the Mickey dome cake and the price. Thanks!!!
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Old 01-04-2007, 08:01 PM   #635
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Can anyone tell me how to order a cake for LTT. I need a BDay cake for my DD5th. I tried the phone # and can not find it.
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Old 01-04-2007, 10:24 PM   #636
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Let them eat cake??

Okay everyone, I'm on the fence on whether to order birthday cakes or not for my children while we're at Disney. Both are celebrating on different days. We are doing Ohana's one night for DD, and Whispering Canyon for DS.

I'm afraid that it's going to be too much cake..and I don't want to get a tiny cake that isn't specialized?? I'm confused!!

Any suggestions or thoughts would be appreciated
Oh and we leave in one week
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Old 01-04-2007, 10:28 PM   #637
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Okay everyone, I'm on the fence on whether to order birthday cakes or not for my children while we're at Disney. Both are celebrating on different days. We are doing Ohana's one night for DD, and Whispering Canyon for DS.

I'm afraid that it's going to be too much cake..and I don't want to get a tiny cake that isn't specialized?? I'm confused!!

Any suggestions or thoughts would be appreciated
Oh and we leave in one week
Are you staying onsite? Can you have one big cake in your room?
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Are you staying onsite? Can you have one big cake in your room?

Staying off-site... I suppose we could take it back to the house to eat, but two cakes?? and after eating at Ohana's and Whispering Canyon... makes my stomach roll

Never celebrated a birthday without a cake... seems wrong somehow
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Old 01-05-2007, 07:15 AM   #639
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What's wrong w getting one cake for both kiddos?
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Old 01-05-2007, 08:45 AM   #640
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Hey everyone. DH and I are going in Dec 3 - 13th, and our anniversary is August 7th. We are going down to celebrate our anniversary for 2006 and 2007, because DH was in Iraq during our 2006 anniversary, plus also go for the xmas season. We are gonna have brunch at the GF cafe on Dec 7th so we are at least celebrating our anniversary on the same day just different month. Would it be weird to order a mini castle cake for our anniversary, although we are celebrating it 4 months later? Also, I know this isnt a cake question, but would it be weird also to make ADRs at CRT for dinner on Dec 7th and tell them its our anniversary?
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Old 01-05-2007, 02:52 PM   #641
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Does anybody know how late GF will deliver a cake? I would love one delivered to my room after a long day at MK.

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I was told a few weeks ago that the latest time is 9:00 PM. However, they will leave the cake in your room even if you are not there.
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Would it be weird to order a mini castle cake for our anniversary, although we are celebrating it 4 months later?
I think as long as you are paying for the cake, there should be no problem. Some people just can't take vacation when they are celebrating something. Same here... we are celebrating our 10th anniversary early, because we simply can't go out of town in June.

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Also, I know this isnt a cake question, but would it be weird also to make ADRs at CRT for dinner on Dec 7th and tell them its our anniversary?
Well... you'll get different responses on this one. Some would say that's being dishonest to get something for free. Some would say it's okay because you are celebrating on that day.

Sooo, I'm not going to give my opinion on that one because I don't want to get flamed.

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Old 01-05-2007, 03:30 PM   #643
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Ok, I'm confused. Someone please help me out here... If I want a small customized cake for DS's birthday at Crystal Palace for dinner, do I need to call Crystal Palace and have this arranged or a bakery and have them deliver it to the Crystal Palace?? I would like a small cake no more than 8" but customized. Do they have that there at CP?

Also, I've been seeing photo's of GORGEOUS cakes here on this thread from GF. And I've read about them being delivered to your room. Do they only deliver to rooms at GF or can I have a GF cake delivered to AKL for example? And while we are on that topic....are there pretty cakes at AKL? Because if there are then I wouldn't have to worry about the GF issue. (I'm also needing a small cake for our anniversary which we will celebrate at le cellier) Does LC have those cute small cakes I saw with the castle on top? Or do I have to have that delivered too??

Have I confused you enough?
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Old 01-05-2007, 09:19 PM   #644
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I have read on here about GF charging someone 75 dollars to deliever a cake. I have also heard they only do them for their resort and dining venues, and do not allow pick up's. We will be at AKL in just a few weeks for our first trip to the World, and our honeymoon. I will be calling about setting up them maybe doing a cake to be set up in room during our honeymoon as a surprise, if not in room then maybe at one of our dinners. I too want to do something special since me and DFH have never been to WDW and I want this to be very special.
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Old 01-05-2007, 09:28 PM   #645
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This is the cake we had at Spoodles for dinner, I ordered it through the Boardwalk Bakery. This is their standard chocolate-on-chocolate cake, the smallest available. I was told it can not be customized.
It was good ! We each had a piece and gave one to our waiter too.
The price was about $13 with tax.



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