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Old 02-06-2012, 03:50 PM   #901
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Our wedding cake that was presented at 1900 Park Fare

And the inside of it

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Old 02-09-2012, 03:04 PM   #902
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Love all the cakes...


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Old 02-26-2012, 10:09 PM   #903
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Our wedding cake that was presented at 1900 Park Fare

And the inside of it

I love this cake! I know you say it was presented at 1900 Park Fare, but did you order it thru them, or the cake hotline, or thru DFTW? DH & I are having a VR at home, but a DP at WDW. I hate to ask, but could you pm me a round about figure of the price? Not to be rude... I just want to know about how much I should figure this type of cake into our DP min food & bev. DH love it too. If it is too private a question please forgive me.
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Old 02-27-2012, 06:25 AM   #904
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I LOVE your cake. It is so beautiful.
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Old 02-27-2012, 01:31 PM   #905
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I love this cake! I know you say it was presented at 1900 Park Fare, but did you order it thru them, or the cake hotline, or thru DFTW? DH & I are having a VR at home, but a DP at WDW. I hate to ask, but could you pm me a round about figure of the price? Not to be rude... I just want to know about how much I should figure this type of cake into our DP min food & bev. DH love it too. If it is too private a question please forgive me.
While you're waiting, I can answer a few of those questions for you....

Her cake was made by the Grand Floridian bakery because she was dining there. You would place the order through your dessert party planner. If your DP is not at the Grand Floridian, you will need to specifically ask to have your cake made by the GF Bakery (and pay a $75 fee) or else it will be made by the bakery at Epcot/DHS/wherever your DP is. I would not recommend having it made by Epcot's bakery, although DHS did a decent job on our fondant anniversary cake.

A one-tier Mad Hatter cake costs about $200, but the price may vary depending on how much decoration you want.
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Old 02-27-2012, 04:30 PM   #906
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While you're waiting, I can answer a few of those questions for you....

Her cake was made by the Grand Floridian bakery because she was dining there. You would place the order through your dessert party planner. If your DP is not at the Grand Floridian, you will need to specifically ask to have your cake made by the GF Bakery (and pay a $75 fee) or else it will be made by the bakery at Epcot/DHS/wherever your DP is. I would not recommend having it made by Epcot's bakery, although DHS did a decent job on our fondant anniversary cake.

A one-tier Mad Hatter cake costs about $200, but the price may vary depending on how much decoration you want.
Thanks lurkeyloo!
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Old 03-01-2012, 04:23 PM   #907
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I don't think I ever posted ours on here

Here is our snowflake cake from our Swan wedding. Cake was made by Swan catering &, aside from upgrading to an extra tier, the price of the design and cake was included in our Swan wedding package. It was a spongecake with fresh strawberries and bavarian cream. Our top layer was carrot cake. The cake was gorgeous and absolutely delicious!!





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Old 03-01-2012, 04:29 PM   #908
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One more-Groom's Cake!

I also wanted to post a picture of the groom's cake I surprised my DH with at our Welcome Dinner at 1900 Park Fare! I ordered it through the GF cake hotline. It was a marble cake with peanut butter filling. My DH was so surprised and everyone loved it!!

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Old 03-01-2012, 10:15 PM   #909
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so DH and I are going to Disney for 15 yr anniversary ( a few mths late)
would love to surprise him with a mini 2 tiered cake with maybe a few chocolate covered strawberries....who would I call? we have reservations our second night at CG to hopefully watch the fireworks with our dinner...

Should I call CG???
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Old 03-01-2012, 10:34 PM   #910
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so DH and I are going to Disney for 15 yr anniversary ( a few mths late)
would love to surprise him with a mini 2 tiered cake with maybe a few chocolate covered strawberries....who would I call? we have reservations our second night at CG to hopefully watch the fireworks with our dinner...

Should I call CG???
Here you go!

http://disneytravelbabble.com/how-to/order-cake/

Edited to add: Congratulations on your 15 year anniversary!
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Old 03-03-2012, 04:26 PM   #911
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Old 03-07-2012, 12:30 PM   #912
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here is ours from a month ago..



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Old 03-07-2012, 10:12 PM   #914
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Destination Castle Cake: Standard



Destination Castle Cake: Fall Colors



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These cakes look so yummy! I want a piece...
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Old 03-10-2012, 02:57 PM   #915
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While you're waiting, I can answer a few of those questions for you....

Her cake was made by the Grand Floridian bakery because she was dining there. You would place the order through your dessert party planner. If your DP is not at the Grand Floridian, you will need to specifically ask to have your cake made by the GF Bakery (and pay a $75 fee) or else it will be made by the bakery at Epcot/DHS/wherever your DP is. I would not recommend having it made by Epcot's bakery, although DHS did a decent job on our fondant anniversary cake.

A one-tier Mad Hatter cake costs about $200, but the price may vary depending on how much decoration you want.

Hi this was the email address I used to contact the GF patricia.k.anderson@disney.com

they were very good and many emails were sent back and forth. The cake cost $250, which we paid on the night with our Park Fare bill, although a credit card is used as security when booking the cake
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