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Old 09-25-2013, 09:48 AM   #2926
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Just ordered a cake for our dd's 3rd bday! It was so easy and friendly. I called the EPCOT number in post #2.

Mini wedding cake
Chocolate cake with dark chocolate mousse filling
White buttercream frosting
Pink and purple Mickey heads with 3 candles and happy bday Megan on it.
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It's to be delivered to Coral Reef on Nov 8!

So excited!
I got a helpful cm who had no problem with what I wanted. The whole process took 3 mins!
Thanks everyone, especially lurkyloo!
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Old 09-25-2013, 03:31 PM   #2927
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Okay this may be a very stupid question but where are the places i can have a cake delivered if i order a cake from contemporary?? i apologize if this is already told in this thread.
In addition to making cakes for the Contemporary resort, the pastry team there makes the cakes for Wilderness Lodge, Ft. Wilderness and the Magic Kingdom. However, with a few exceptions, you'd need to place your order through those places, not the Contemporary. Numbers are in Post #2 of this thread.


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I would mind so much if they said sorry those are only for weddings or for bulk orders. Called and left another voicemail for Pat yesterday afternoon. No call back yet.....maybe today. At this rate I'll be left with a podium cake.....maybe this is their intent....so disappointed.
You had a Disney's Fairy Tale Wedding, right? Some past brides have had better luck asking their former wedding planners for help with anniversary cake orders (though it's kinda up to whether or not s/he feels like helping you). You might reach out to yours and just ask...

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Just ordered a cake for our dd's 3rd bday! It was so easy and friendly. I called the EPCOT number in post #2.

Mini wedding cake
Chocolate cake with dark chocolate mousse filling
White buttercream frosting
Pink and purple Mickey heads with 3 candles and happy bday Megan on it.
$35

It's to be delivered to Coral Reef on Nov 8!

So excited!
I got a helpful cm who had no problem with what I wanted. The whole process took 3 mins!
Thanks everyone, especially lurkyloo!
So glad you had a smooth experience—and I can't wait to see how the cake turns out!
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Old 09-25-2013, 03:45 PM   #2928
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Does anyone have a pic of the white choc Belle figure? I want to have this painted & put on a mini wedding cake for my daughter - hope to get yellow icing & red roses to look like Belle's dress. Would love to see a pic of Belle before ordering.
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Old 09-25-2013, 03:58 PM   #2929
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Does anyone have a pic of the white choc Belle figure? I want to have this painted & put on a mini wedding cake for my daughter - hope to get yellow icing & red roses to look like Belle's dress. Would love to see a pic of Belle before ordering.
Check out this post for photos of Belle
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The white chocolate figures are too big for a mini cake, and I believe they won't even put them on a 6-inch cake. You could have them put it on the plate next to the cake, though.




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The white chocolate figures are too big for a mini cake, and I believe they won't even put them on a 6-inch cake.
According to this post, some have been able to get the white chocolate figures wtih a 6" cake, if the OP wants to go that route.

Belle standing next to a mini cake would look really nice too, though
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The white chocolate figures are too big for a mini cake, and I believe they won't even put them on a 6-inch cake. You could have them put it on the plate next to the cake, though.[/IMG]
Thanks! I will probably have them put it on a plate I love the mini cakes!
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Old 09-25-2013, 05:27 PM   #2934
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When I called to plan a cake with YC/BC, they said that they would put a white chocolate figure on top of a 6 inch cake, but warned me that the base of the figure would take up almost all of the top of the cake so there wouldn't be a lot of room left over for decorations on top.

I went with an 8" cake because I wanted lots of decorations.
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In addition to making cakes for the Contemporary resort, the pastry team there makes the cakes for Wilderness Lodge, Ft. Wilderness and the Magic Kingdom. However, with a few exceptions, you'd need to place your order through those places, not the Contemporary. Numbers are in Post #2 of this thread. !
Another silly question can it be delivered to CRT during breakfast (only time we are eating there) other res I have is BOG for 435pm
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Another silly question can it be delivered to CRT during breakfast (only time we are eating there) other res I have is BOG for 435pm
Oh we are also doing chef mickeys for breakfast if that is a option too?
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Oh we are also doing chef mickeys for breakfast if that is a option too?
Cakes can be delivered at breakfast no problem!
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There was a mini cake. I think for weddings that had white seashells and coral, but the part that interested me was the fondant. It was a mix of diff blues and white to make it look like water. I remember it was a sample pic from the GF. not one that someone posted that they bought.

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Is there a possibility to get a cake at Rainforest Cafe in AK ?
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There was a mini cake. I think for weddings that had white seashells and coral, but the part that interested me was the fondant. It was a mix of diff blues and white to make it look like water. I remember it was a sample pic from the GF. not one that someone posted that they bought.

Can anyone help me find it!

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Is there a possibility to get a cake at Rainforest Cafe in AK ?
Last time someone on this thread checked, Rainforest wasn't offering specialty cakes. But it never hurts to call and check... (And then let us know if they are!)
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