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Old 08-12-2007, 10:47 AM   #46
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Here's what I got from VP:

Cakes are available at all three of the Disney Hotels. Cake orders must
be placed at least 72 hours prior to delivery. We can deliver to the
guest room or to one of the hotel restaurants. Sorry we do not deliver
to the Theme Parks.
Cakes and Pricing :

Cakes

6" feeds. 6-8 guest $18.00
10" feeds 10-14 guest $23.50
1/4 sheet feeds 20 guest $ 38.00
1/2 sheet feeds 40 guest $51.00
Full Sheet feeds 80 guest $85.00

Cake : Vanilla or Chocolate
Fillings : Whipped Cream, Vanilla Custard, Chocolate Custard, Chocolate
Mousse, White Chocolatwe Mousse Strawberries and Bananas, Raspberries
and Mangos are a dollar extra.
Frosting :
Whipped Cream, Chocolate Ganache and Butter Cream .

Edibale Images are available on 10' or larger cakes .
Chocolate Mickey or Minnie Figurines are $4.50 each.

We can assit with ordering or you can call room servcie directly.

Let us know if we can assist you with anything else. We offer a
wonderful line of Disney-themed baskets available exclusively through
Vacation Planning. Call 714-300-PLAN, option 2 for details. Many of
our Guests choose these for special occasions or simply to commemorate
their time with us!

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Old 08-12-2007, 11:30 AM   #47
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We went to disneyland for our wedding aniv. and had a cake made for us there. We had dinning something make it. It was beautiful. Teasted great. But they lost it. lol. They did find it in lost and found.

I was thinking of using Sprinkles the cupcake place does anybody know anything about this?
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Old 08-12-2007, 01:04 PM   #48
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uh I believe Sprinkles is located in Los Angeles. I don't think they do anything in connection with Disneyland at least I have never heard of them doing so. The celebs usually use sprinkles they arent cheap by far. I would imagine you would need to call them, and more than likely if they were to deliever I highly doubt the price is gonna tally up cheaper than disneyland or you may end up having to get over to LA to pick them up. Good luck in which ever you choose.
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Old 08-12-2007, 02:04 PM   #49
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Ok I heard back and Disney DInning CAN do cakes and they can be delivered to the restaurants but just no baskets. So now I am thinking about just getting her a gift card. Boring I know but since we are celebrating her birthday that first night and will be in San Diego the night prior I don't know what else I can do.

I think she will be surpised by the cake though! So here's hoping it all works out! Wish us luck!
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Old 08-12-2007, 10:44 PM   #50
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uh I believe Sprinkles is located in Los Angeles. I don't think they do anything in connection with Disneyland at least I have never heard of them doing so. The celebs usually use sprinkles they arent cheap by far. I would imagine you would need to call them, and more than likely if they were to deliever I highly doubt the price is gonna tally up cheaper than disneyland or you may end up having to get over to LA to pick them up. Good luck in which ever you choose.
I really did'nt think that it had anything to do with disneyland but just another idea. I hope this answers some of the questions
http://www.sprinklescupcakes.com/index.html
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Old 08-13-2007, 02:03 AM   #51
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Wow just took a look at the Sprinkles site. They are located on Santa Monica Blvd in Beverly Hills. The flavors sounded awesome, but for that price 40 dollars for 12 I am still leaning towards the Disney Resort doing something. Since the price is about the same without having to drive dead into LA. They did sound good I would deff give them a try if I was already planning a trip deep into the LA area they do seem to be very cutely decorated from the pics I think Sprinkles would be awesome if you're touring the LA area, and you wanted to stop people watch, and have a treat.
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Old 08-13-2007, 01:34 PM   #52
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Wow just took a look at the Sprinkles site. They are located on Santa Monica Blvd in Beverly Hills. The flavors sounded awesome, but for that price 40 dollars for 12 I am still leaning towards the Disney Resort doing something. Since the price is about the same without having to drive dead into LA. They did sound good I would deff give them a try if I was already planning a trip deep into the LA area they do seem to be very cutely decorated from the pics I think Sprinkles would be awesome if you're touring the LA area, and you wanted to stop people watch, and have a treat.
Those cupcakes sound yummy! If you have your heart set on them, I notice they have a location in Newport Beach. That is about half the distance from Disneyland compared to the Beverly Hills location.
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Old 08-13-2007, 01:56 PM   #53
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Does anyone know if there are any restrictions on the characters that can be put on a cake like at WDW where you can't get Pooh and Friends? My sister and I are seriously thinking of going to DLR for my birthday and she wants to order a cake for me. I ordered her one at the Crystal Palace at WDW in January that was really cute with Koda on it.

And has anyone had the White Chocolate mousse filling? That sounds really interesting.
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Old 08-13-2007, 02:27 PM   #54
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It sounds good the white chocolate. I know the bakery at Grand Cali has some darn good buttercream. My Aunt in law ordered a cake before, and said she needed it only for 7 people. They got the thing from Grand Cali, and it was BIG they had a lot of cake left over. It was a custom cake she had specific idea of what she wanted, and she said it was GORGEOUS. I would call VP see what they can offer. I was told if you can dream it they can do it.
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Old 08-15-2007, 08:23 PM   #55
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Bump Bump hopefully we can get some more pics.
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Old 08-16-2007, 08:39 AM   #56
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do you think it has to be a full service restaurant in the hotels or any of the restaurants?
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Old 08-16-2007, 11:02 AM   #57
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It sounds good the white chocolate. I know the bakery at Grand Cali has some darn good buttercream. My Aunt in law ordered a cake before, and said she needed it only for 7 people. They got the thing from Grand Cali, and it was BIG they had a lot of cake left over. It was a custom cake she had specific idea of what she wanted, and she said it was GORGEOUS. I would call VP see what they can offer. I was told if you can dream it they can do it.
Well whatever we get it won't be what I can dream since it will be my sister ordering it for me as a surprise. So it will be what she can dream of what I might like! I told her I saw a Will Turner cake on the WDW board that was super hot and kind of hinted a Will Turner cake would be awesome! If not I imagine it will be Mulan since that is my favorite Disney character.
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Old 08-16-2007, 01:35 PM   #58
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I heard back from VP and here is what they said:



Thank you for your email.

We would need 72 hrs to order a cake. It can be delivered to your room or any Disney Resort Hotel restaurant.

Cake size & price*: 6"($25.65), 10" ($32.71), 1/4 sheet ($51.30), 1/2 sheet ($67.96) and full sheet ($111.56). *Price plus tx and delivery chg.

Chocolate or Vanilla cake, cheese cake on 10" or sheet.

Filling: whipped cream, vanilla custard, chocolate custard, chocolate mousse, white chocolate mousse, cappuccino mousse, strawberries, bananas or raspberries or mango for $1 add.

Frosting: whipped cream, chocolate ganache or butter cream.

You can add a chocolate Mickey or Minnie figurine for $4.50 ea. or an edible image of your favorite Disney Character for $10 (edible image on 10" or larger cake only and recommended with white frosting).


Let us know if we can assist you with anything else. We offer a
wonderful line of Disney-themed baskets available exclusively through Vacation Planning. Call 714-300-PLAN, option 2 for details. Many of our Guests choose these for special occasions or simply to commemorate their time with us!

Best regards,

Your Vacation Planning Team
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Looks like they aren't all on the same page regarding pricing.....
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Old 08-16-2007, 05:05 PM   #59
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Is there a web page for Vacation Planning so I can see what types of things they offer?
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Is there a web page for Vacation Planning so I can see what types of things they offer?
Now THAT would be a good idea.....just like if Disney posted their real menu's and pricing for each restaurant at the park but nope, no such site exsists.
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