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Old 04-08-2009, 11:03 PM   #226
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Does anyone have the current cake flavor option and price list? If you'll PM me, I will send you my email addy.
This is the thread I was looking for, thank you all for bumping it up .... BTW, I just sent you a pm jenjersnap (I hope I did it correctly). I just received the updated amenities list for our stay at GC in December and would love to share but am not sure how to attach pdf to this thread.
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Old 04-09-2009, 07:15 AM   #227
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OMG you should have seen the cake the grand did for our 10 anniversary. I wanted romantic tied more into sleeping beauty/cinderella. Something wow. Well they accidently put it on a silver cake stand which they said just drop it back off. OMG it weighed 15lbs, and it was for 10 people. 2 tiers stacked molded sugar castle topprr it's in my curio. Here is the wow they put the snow white prince waking her scene on top tier. not a big snow fan BUT the picture kept changing colors. They built a light into it where it would keep changing. It blew my mind and those who saw it. It was UNIQUE to say the least. They designed it, so it was a surprise. I do know the GCH guy who carried it his arms were shaking when he sat it down it was so heavy.
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Old 04-09-2009, 10:50 AM   #228
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Hey Lostgirlz... can you share some pictures with us?
That sounds like something i might want to order for our christmas trip.

And who did you work with..did you plan with vacation planning or grand californian? We will also be staying at grand californian.

Thanks for helping me.

Hi Niele!
I wish you could share that info.. i'm looking to plan what to send to my parents room at christmas. I understand the challenge though as i am computer challenged.
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Old 04-09-2009, 01:39 PM   #229
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Hey Lostgirlz... can you share some pictures with us?
That sounds like something i might want to order for our christmas trip.

And who did you work with..did you plan with vacation planning or grand californian? We will also be staying at grand californian.

Thanks for helping me.

Hi Niele!
I wish you could share that info.. i'm looking to plan what to send to my parents room at christmas. I understand the challenge though as i am computer challenged.
Hi fairykin, I just sent you an email so just reply and I can send over the info.... sorry, still don't know how to attach files to these threads!!!
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Old 04-09-2009, 01:59 PM   #230
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I ordered a cake with Disney Dining last year, for a special egg free cake. And, they did deliver it to the carnation cafe.
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Old 04-23-2009, 07:53 PM   #231
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I ordered a cake for ds b-day to have at goofy's kitchen , this time I have ordered choc cake with buttercream frosting with strawberry filling. I'll share photos after the trip!
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Old 05-26-2009, 04:39 PM   #232
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bumping the cake thread for our new friend I love the cake thread!!
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Old 05-26-2009, 11:29 PM   #233
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Here's the cake info I received this last Friday from Vacation Planning Services:

Here are the choices for ordering a cake: Requires 72 hours notice
Size: 6" - 10" - 1/4 sheet or 1/2 sheet

Kind of Sponge: Vanilla or Chocolate

Kind of Filling: Whipped Cream - Vanilla Custard - Chocolate Custard - Chocolate Mousse -White Choclate Mousse -Cappuccino Mousse or Strawberries

Kind of Frosting: Whipped Cream - Chocolate Ganache or Butter Cream

Sugar Figurines: Mickey Mouse , Minnie Mouse, Tinkerbell, Snow White, Cinderella, Donald, Goofy and Pluto (Price for Sugar Figurines $4.50 each)

Edible Images: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Sleeping Beauty's Castle, plus an assortment of other Disney Characters *Note - Edible images are only available on 10" cakes or larger - Price: $10.00 additional for images

Price for 6" - approx. $25.00 (# of Servings = 6-8 people)
Price for 10" - approx. $32.00 (# of Servings = 12 people)
Price for 1/4 Sheet - approx. $52.00 (# of Servings = 16-18 people)
Price for 1/2 Sheet - approx. $68.00 (# of Servings = 30-35 people)
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Old 05-27-2009, 01:06 AM   #234
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I ordered a 10 inch vanilla cake with vanilla custard and strawberries and ganache for my DS's bday celebration. I didn't specify decoration, just asked for something festive for a boy. Can't wait to share pics!

(Fingers crossed that GCH gets the order correct ... this is similar to the cake I ordered last year at Goofy's and it was missing the strawberries and "festive for boy" apparently, to a pastry chef at DLH, means butterflies and ribbons! It was still yummy!)
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Old 05-27-2009, 10:32 AM   #235
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Can you have a cake delivered to White Water Snacks in the GC hotel? Or does it have to be a sit down restaurant? My upcoming trip will be a penny pincher and we will not be eating any TS meals. Although, I have considered eating at Storytellers Cafe and only ordering appetizers, then having the b-day cake.
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Old 05-27-2009, 10:50 AM   #236
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Excellent idea. My brother had a birthday booked there and we had a special visit from Mickey and Minnie. We made our own cakes as well. Will come back with photos
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Old 05-27-2009, 11:32 AM   #237
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Excellent idea. My brother had a birthday booked there and we had a special visit from Mickey and Minnie. We made our own cakes as well. Will come back with photos

.....this was at Storytellers? Do they only have characters at breakfast?
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Old 05-27-2009, 03:32 PM   #238
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Old 05-28-2009, 08:21 AM   #239
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Out of all the cakes you have received, which tasted the best? I am trying to decide what to order myself. I am leaning toward chocolate cake, white chocolate mousse filling, and buttercream icing.

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Old 05-28-2009, 01:40 PM   #240
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I thought the butter cream was sooo good, but the boys and I agree the choc ganache was even better . I would order the first cake again in a heartbeat. The second cake was pretty but not as good , a bit too rich maybe.
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