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Old 03-27-2009, 04:00 PM   #106
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Smile cakes

thank you for this thread.

i can't wait to try one of the special cakes, they are so beautiful!
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Old 03-27-2009, 04:26 PM   #107
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Obviously a teen is (cough, cough ) more "sophisticated" and he doesn't particularly care for the "cutesy" type themes being a "regular guy", but I'd like to have a little bit of a sweet treat to acknowledge this milestone!

Anybody out there with any design ideas? We have dinner planned at YSH

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This is my same question, except I have a girl. She does like cutesy (she's a girl, after all). I'd love some ideas, too. I had thought of some Mickey head with a graduation cap maybe.
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Old 03-27-2009, 06:13 PM   #108
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I have a question... does Boardwalk Bakery and some of the other places still offer a marble batter cake (chocolate and vanilla)? I got that last year and really enjoyed it, but can't seem to get an answer from Disney as to whether or not they still have it. Called the Cake Hotline and they said they were the ones we had to talk to, but they "didn't really know" most of the cake information. Oy.
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Can I get a custom cake delivered to the Crystal Palace for lunch?
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You are the best Mom! Breakfast in the castle and dessert with breakfast!

Can you tell me the number you called? I'd like to order the slipper cake at CRT, too.
I just called the cake hotline from the 1st post and followed the prompts (hit 4 for CRT).
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Does anyone have a picture of what the cakes look like at CRT if you order at the podium? Can you choose white or chocolate? Any help would be appreciated.

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Old 03-27-2009, 09:04 PM   #112
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Can I get a custom cake delivered to the Crystal Palace for lunch?
I could be wrong but, I think all you get at the MK is the Sara Lee cake. Unless you are at CRT. We ordered a cake last year at the Plaza and it was horrible. Pretty cake but tasted soooooooo bad. It was horrible dry, one bite and we threw the cake in the garbage.
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Even with the bad experience last year I have decided to order a cake again this year. I have been working so hard to finding the right cake and right place to eat. I called today and spoke with a wonderful CM at DHS. We are having lunch at the Sci-Fi and my youngest DS wants a birthday cake there. She tried to get me to order the 6" or 8" but I told her we wanted a chocolate cake with raspberry filling, chocolate buttercream icing, with the white chocolate Mickey on top. We are looking at $85-$100 . She was going to check with the chef and find out how much it would cost and if he could make it. She was going to call me back today or Monday. Well, no call today sooooooooo..................
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I told her we wanted a chocolate cake with raspberry filling, chocolate buttercream icing, with the white chocolate Mickey on top. We are looking at $85-$100 . She was going to check with the chef and find out how much it would cost and if he could make it. She was going to call me back today or Monday. Well, no call today sooooooooo..................
That sounds about right, $45 for the cake itself and the Mickey is like $35, so there's $80. Add tax and the automatic 18% gratuity and you'r in the ball park. A 10 inch cake is huge though, we had 7 people eat ours at two meals and I still had tons to give away.
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Hi everyone, first post!

I (20) am taking my sister to Disney for her 12th birthday. We are dining at 1900 PF for the big day. I want one of those mini castle cakes but with two teirs like the mini wedding cakes. Can this be done? Also, would it be possible to get pink fordant/icing instead of white?

Maybe I am being unrealistic!

Also, would I call the cake hotline of the GF bakery?

SOO confusing!

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Old 03-28-2009, 08:47 AM   #116
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I just tried to read all the treads I could find about cakes.

I still feel so clueless! Our trip is May 2 to May 9th. We are celebrating our childrens bdays. It is there first time going to WDW. Our son is going to be 7 and our daughter is going to be 2. I wanted to do 1 cake for both of them. Any ideas? nothing too crazy its only 4 of us.
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Old 03-28-2009, 09:01 AM   #117
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Smile resort room?

can you order one of the special cakes and have it delivered to your resort room (dvc)? with the children it would be so much easier than trying to carry the cake back to the room from the restaurant. we would rather have our celebration in our villa.
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can you order one of the special cakes and have it delivered to your resort room (dvc)? with the children it would be so much easier than trying to carry the cake back to the room from the restaurant. we would rather have our celebration in our villa.

I think i read somewhere that they will deliver it to your room after you check in? not positive though. and im not sure if there is a delivery charge or not
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Old 03-28-2009, 09:19 AM   #119
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can you order one of the special cakes and have it delivered to your resort room (dvc)? with the children it would be so much easier than trying to carry the cake back to the room from the restaurant. we would rather have our celebration in our villa.
I've read about people doing this through in-room dining. I think service charges would apply like for room-service.
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I just tried to read all the treads I could find about cakes.

I still feel so clueless! Our trip is May 2 to May 9th. We are celebrating our childrens bdays. It is there first time going to WDW. Our son is going to be 7 and our daughter is going to be 2. I wanted to do 1 cake for both of them. Any ideas? nothing too crazy its only 4 of us.
If you're looking for something small for each of them, Disney has these new little cakes called mini celebration cakes. They come in this princess treasure looking box and look adorable! There's also a pirate one for boys! Here's a link :

http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/cel...ustomizations/

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