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Old 08-24-2013, 07:24 PM   #2686
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Can anybody tell me if I can order a customer 6" cake from Boardwalk bakery and pick it up? Does it have to be delivered?
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Old 08-24-2013, 07:44 PM   #2687
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Can anybody tell me if I can order a customer 6" cake from Boardwalk bakery and pick it up? Does it have to be delivered?
I ordered a custom minnie head cake in July and picked it up there with no problems :-)
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Old 08-24-2013, 08:03 PM   #2688
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I ordered a custom minnie head cake in July and picked it up there with no problems :-)

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This is the surprise cake I ordered for my husband for our 1st night at the WL. It was waiting for us upon our return from dinner. He said it was the most special and thoughtful gift he has ever been given...super yummy too!

The cake is 6 in fondant covered modeled after the table in the Lenox Lady and the Tramp cake topper we had on our wedding cake. The card sticking in the top of the cake is an edible white chocolate facsimile of the front of our wedding invitation. Chef Brian's idea. The cake itself is chocolate with chocolate mousse or buttercream layers, one Baileys cream layer...yummmm, and white buttercream under the fondant. It was too die for...we ate on it all week.



Close up of invitation



The roses were unbelievably beautiful.



I would love a slice right now!

Price was $119 plus tip for delivery to our room. Well worth it in my opinion. Beautiful and delicious!

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This is the surprise cake I ordered for my husband for our 1st night at the WL. It was waiting for us upon our return from dinner. He said it was the most special and thoughtful gift he has ever been given...super yummy too!

The cake is 6 in fondant covered modeled after the table in the Lenox Lady and the Tramp cake topper we had on our wedding cake. The card sticking in the top of the cake is an edible white chocolate facsimile of the front of our wedding invitation. Chef Brian's idea. The cake itself is chocolate with chocolate mousse or buttercream layers, one Baileys cream layer...yummmm, and white buttercream under the fondant. It was too die for...we ate on it all week.

Close up of invitation

The roses were unbelievably beautiful.

I would love a slice right now!

Price was $119 plus tip for delivery to our room. Well worth it in my opinion. Beautiful and delicious!

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Wow! What an amazing cake. I love it. Thank you do much for sharing it

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Old 08-25-2013, 10:16 AM   #2691
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Ok, so I think we finally decided what we want to do for my ILs anniversary cake.

We're thinking something like the cake in this post, but with the flowers on top of the cake w/Mickey and Minnie being more like this post and the roses being orange and yellow (like they were on ILs actual wedding cake).

Does this cake have a name to use when I call the cake hotline? (delivery for Liberty Tree Tavern) I'm not sure how to describe the stamped design in the fondant so that the cake hotline understands what I'm asking for.

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Old 08-25-2013, 12:30 PM   #2692
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This is the surprise cake I ordered for my husband for our 1st night at the WL. It was waiting for us upon our return from dinner. He said it was the most special and thoughtful gift he has ever been given...super yummy too!

The cake is 6 in fondant covered modeled after the table in the Lenox Lady and the Tramp cake topper we had on our wedding cake.
What a great idea for a cake! The fondant tablecloth is genius—so simple, but it makes the cake so special!

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Ok, so I think we finally decided what we want to do for my ILs anniversary cake.

We're thinking something like the cake in this post...
For weddings, that's known as the "Mickey Wave" cake. The Chef at the Contemporary used to do wedding cakes at the Grand Floridian, so he'll know what that is. But it never hurts to send in the pictures, too, especially if you can, like, circle the parts you want from each.
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Old 08-25-2013, 02:16 PM   #2693
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This is the surprise cake I ordered for my husband for our 1st night at the WL. It was waiting for us upon our return from dinner. He said it was the most special and thoughtful gift he has ever been given...super yummy too!

The cake is 6 in fondant covered modeled after the table in the Lenox Lady and the Tramp cake topper we had on our wedding cake. The card sticking in the top of the cake is an edible white chocolate facsimile of the front of our wedding invitation. Chef Brian's idea. The cake itself is chocolate with chocolate mousse or buttercream layers, one Baileys cream layer...yummmm, and white buttercream under the fondant. It was too die for...we ate on it all week.





Close up of invitation



The roses were unbelievably beautiful.



I would love a slice right now!

Price was $119 plus tip for delivery to our room. Well worth it in my opinion. Beautiful and delicious!

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Absolutely adorable! Such a cute idea
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I wanted to share sketches of the cakes I'm ordering for our upcoming trip.

This first one is a cake for my mom...


As you can probably tell, it's a mini wedding cake. It will be buttercream frosting with fondant decorations for our breakfast at Crystal Palace. Chef Donald said they don't have access to the single carousel horses like this so that's out. He also doesn't think there will be enough room to write the Mary Poppins themed message to my mom on the measuring tape, but they'll write it out on the cake board if need be. Mom isn't into crazy cake flavors, so it's going to be a yellow cake w/white chocolate mousse filling and vanilla buttercream.

Next up is my belated 40th birthday cake...


The only thing they really can't do is the hula skirt and lei. I really wanted Donald dressed like a girl from the South Seas room in IASW, but it's a no go. I do custom cakes on the side, so I'm debating about making an edible hula skirt and lei and just bringing it along so I can add it on. Ultimately, I wanted the IASW queue, the IASW DLR 50th anniversary logo translated to 40, a tribute to Mary Blair's concept art, and my fave- Donald. The flavors...orange cake w/tropical mousse filling for breakfast at Chef Mickey's. Oh, and it an 8".

I believe my mom's was quoted at $55 and mine at $155. I'll be sure to post pics after our trip.
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Old 08-25-2013, 07:47 PM   #2695
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What am awesome yummy thread! I am dieting for Disney, so I come here for my cake porn.

Orange cake with tropical mousse filling! Slap yo' Momma! that sounds delish! ANd what gorgeous designs! You talented girl!

We will be celebrating DGS 8th birthday and our Disney wedding anniversary on our December trip, so you KNOW I have to use that as an excuse to order a custom cake. Best cake I EVER had was from the Boardwalk bakery; simply outrageously beautiful, and done to every tiny detail of what I wanted.

Our wedding topper was a white chocolate Cinderella's castle--beautifully detailed. Keep posting...
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What am awesome yummy thread! I am dieting for Disney, so I come here for my cake porn.

Orange cake with tropical mousse filling! Slap yo' Momma! that sounds delish! ANd what gorgeous designs! You talented girl!

We will be celebrating DGS 8th birthday and our Disney wedding anniversary on our December trip, so you KNOW I have to use that as an excuse to order a custom cake. Best cake I EVER had was from the Boardwalk bakery; simply outrageously beautiful, and done to every tiny detail of what I wanted.

Our wedding topper was a white chocolate Cinderella's castle--beautifully detailed. Keep posting...
Thanks! Can't wait to see your cakes from your trip
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Old 08-25-2013, 09:05 PM   #2697
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Has anyone here tried the caramel milk chocolate mousse or the peanut butter cream cheese fillings? We are going to get a chocolate cake with white buttercream under the fondant, but we are having a hard time deciding on the filling.

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Does anyone have any photos of a Cinderella themed cake? I need to order a cake for my daughter's 3rd birthday and she requested Cinderella. I was thinking a mini 2-tiered cake, preferably with Cinderella on there somehow. Any ideas?
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Does anyone have any photos of a Cinderella themed cake? I need to order a cake for my daughter's 3rd birthday and she requested Cinderella. I was thinking a mini 2-tiered cake, preferably with Cinderella on there somehow. Any ideas?
This is Aurora, of course, but it could easily be changed to any other princess. I've been considering asking for this with Snow White for my DD.



I don't know whose cake it was. I found it via a Google search.
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Does anyone have any photos of a Cinderella themed cake? I need to order a cake for my daughter's 3rd birthday and she requested Cinderella. I was thinking a mini 2-tiered cake, preferably with Cinderella on there somehow. Any ideas?
I don't know if it will help much as this sketch was done for an 8" cake, but this was an idea I sketched for a Cinderella themed cake. I was never 100% on the writing on top, but I like the rest. The ribbon work was inspired by one of the standard wedding cake designs. The 3D topper was intended to be the white choc. Cinderella, but this could be scaled back to a smaller 2D version for the mini-wedding cake. The castle portion back drop would have been either white chocolate or gumpaste/pastillage.

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