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Old 05-07-2013, 04:25 PM   #2131
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Private Dining delivers them to the marina, along with utensils, plates, etc. You can use the box the cake came in to take it home.
Thanks! You are such a great source of information
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Old 05-07-2013, 04:35 PM   #2132
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Price - $55
Date Received - April 30, 2013
Location - Le Cellier (Yacht and Beach Club Bakery)
Cake info - 2 tier mini-cake, Chocolate cake, Baileys mousse filling, Chocolate buttercream under fondant - I sent in photos of a few different cakes with design elements I liked and a picture file of the Mickey/Minnie heart

This was a surprise for my fiancé to celebrate our engagement. We are planning to have our wedding in WDW and he won't be able to attend the planning session so this was the only time he'd be able to taste this cake/filling combo.

He loved it and so did I...his word was Spectacular! He also said this was the best cake he ever had. I agree, it was absolutely delicious and exactly what I had in mind!
Very cute, thanks so much for sharing!! Congratulations on your engagement & how wonderful that you get to have your wedding at Disney!!!!
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Old 05-08-2013, 09:28 AM   #2133
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Very cute, thanks so much for sharing!! Congratulations on your engagement & how wonderful that you get to have your wedding at Disney!!!!
Thank you very much!
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Old 05-08-2013, 03:11 PM   #2134
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Breaking Cake News!

Thanks to a tip from DISer Karen, I've learned that Yacht & Beach Club Private Dining no longer provides cakes to Epcot.... because Epcot's food and beverage department can now make fancy, fondant-covered cakes!

Epcot will customize cakes of 8 inches or larger, with prices starting around $62 and going up, depending on the design. You can submit designs via email; the number to call to get the email (because the DIS doesn't want us posting cast member email addresses) is the same number listed for Epcot in Post #2 of this thread. Specialty flavors are available for a surcharge. They also offer mini cakes, starting at $35.

Additionally, they offer the following white chocolate figures for a mere $25 apiece:
  • Belle
  • Cinderella
  • Snow White
  • Tinkerbell
  • Minnie
  • Mickey
  • Donald
  • Goofy
  • Stitch

Complete details on standard sizes, flavors and prices are available in Post #2 of this thread; I've updated both Post #1 and Post #2 to reflect these changes.

Note that Epcot's bakery only services the Canada, UK, Germany, America and Norway pavilions, plus Future World. Information on the standard cake options provided by outside vendors at the other World Showcase pavilions is listed under Epcot in Post #2 of this thread.
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Old 05-09-2013, 02:13 AM   #2135
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Thanks to a tip from DISer Karen, I've learned that Yacht & Beach Club Private Dining no longer provides cakes to Epcot.... because Epcot's food and beverage department can now make fancy, fondant-covered cakes!
Oh my! This changes my plans. Now I can get a fun cake for my son's 1st birthday at Akershus! Hmmm - what to do...
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Old 05-09-2013, 12:07 PM   #2136
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Oh, I hope you go for it! It would be great to start getting photos of Epcot's creations in this thread...
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Old 05-09-2013, 01:21 PM   #2137
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6" or 8"???

So I've been working with Yvette at the YC/BC Private Dining and we're now going with a TOT cake for my DH's 50th and I'm excited about what they plan to do. My only question is that I'm torn between the 6" or 8"...there are 4 of us, if that matters and while I don't want to end up with tons of cake left over, not sure if the 6" will be too small. Suggestions?
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Old 05-09-2013, 01:25 PM   #2138
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A 6-inch will be plenty for 4 people. We've had them with groups of 4 and 6 and never managed to eat much more than half in one sitting (and that's with the kind of jumbo slices I like to cut!).
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Old 05-09-2013, 01:41 PM   #2139
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Carrie, I think mine actually came from Epcot. When I called Y&B bakery, they took my order but then sent an e-mail to Epcot which the cced me on...I didn't even think anything of it at the time!
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Ooooh! Awesome! So we already we have our first pic!
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A 6-inch will be plenty for 4 people. We've had them with groups of 4 and 6 and never managed to eat much more than half in one sitting (and that's with the kind of jumbo slices I like to cut!).
That's how I like to cut my slices too ....Perfect, thank you so much!!!
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Hi, everyone! I just wanted to show you guys the cake I had delivered to my room at the Beach Club on May 9 for my husband's birthday (from private dining). I was thrilled with how it turned out!! It is an UP theme 6 in chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream icing underneath fondant. When I designed the cake, I was originally hoping to have the grape soda bottle cap button and adventure book be molded, but I was told the bakery wouldn't be able to do this (it would have to be a screen print on white chocolate like the image of Carl and Ellie). Well, I was shocked to find that they did, indeed, mold them instead! It looked so wonderful, and my husband was thrilled with the cake! I loved that they added the clouds to my design - tasted delicious, too! hehe :D The final price, including the delivery charge, was $171 (yikes!).

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Hi, everyone! I just wanted to show you guys the cake I had delivered to my room at the Beach Club on May 9 for my husband's birthday (from private dining). I was thrilled with how it turned out!! It is an UP theme 6 in chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream icing underneath fondant. When I designed the cake, I was originally hoping to have the grape soda bottle cap button and adventure book be molded, but I was told the bakery wouldn't be able to do this (it would have to be a screen print on white chocolate like the image of Carl and Ellie). Well, I was shocked to find that they did, indeed, mold them instead! It looked so wonderful, and my husband was thrilled with the cake! I loved that they added the clouds to my design - tasted delicious, too! hehe :D The final price, including the delivery charge, was $171 (yikes!).
Wow that cake is amazing. So glad it turned out just the way you wanted. Thanks for sharing.
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Is one bakery more creative, more tasty than another? We are split staying at BCV which is served by the Boardwalk Bakery & VWL which is done by Brian at the Contemporary. Both seem willing & close enough to the same price.
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The Beach Club Villas are served by the Yacht & Beach Club Bakery, which generally charges higher prices than the Contemporary, if that helps at all...
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