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Old 04-21-2012, 10:30 PM   #16
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Cinderella's Royal Table Princess Package

Here's the info on the Cinderella's Royal Table Princess Package:

Price: $90 plus tax and gratuity ($112.05 total)

What's Included:
  • Pixie dust on the table
  • Princess balloon with Cinderella, Snow White, Ariel, Aurora, Belle and Jasmine (value: $10)
  • Fancy, fondant-covered vanilla or chocolate cake featuring Cinderella, Aurora, Belle, Tiana, or Ariel (6-inch cake, feeds 5–7, according to Disney; value: $60)
  • Name on the cake
  • Barrette-style crystal tiara (value: $20; full-size tiara available for an additional $17 + tax and gratuity)


Rules:
  • Theme park admission required
  • CRT reservation required
  • Princesses will visit table but cannot present the package/cake
  • CRT will not store your cake after you get it
  • You can swap the 6-inch cake for an 8-inch (+ $15) or a 10-inch (+ $40); just know that Disney underestimates the number of guests their cakes can serve. A 6-inch may serve as many as 10 if you cut the pieces smaller.
  • You can also swap the cake for a $12.50 white or dark chocolate slipper dessert.
How to Order: Email wdw.crt.special.events@disney.com or call 407-824-4477

They will send you a 4-page PDF with info about the package. Here are the pages with the photos on them...




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Old 04-21-2012, 10:32 PM   #17
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Any info about the cake at CRT for Bday celebration pkg?? I am considering this for upcoming trip! But, would love some more info!
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Interesting. I could not find the answer but so you or anyone else now where I could get a chocolate figure of Chip and how much? Thanks in advance.

Your best bet is the Grand Floridian, but you could ask at any of the Deluxe resort bakeries and see if they have him too.
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Old 04-22-2012, 07:54 AM   #18
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Special cake for parents?

My parents make it a goal every year to make sure whole family goes to Disney,no matter what were all doing we go together, we have been going for 25 plus years. I wanted to have a special cake made to say thanks for being such loving parents or thanks for the memories ( have not come up with best line). I've been looking through postings for days and love the cakes by Chef Brian.
We are going to be eating a Artist Point, that would no problem to deliver there would it?
If I emailed Brian and told him my basic thought would he come up with some ideas? I'm not sure exactly what theme to go for but know I want it to be a wow?

Any thoughts or ideas would be so appreciated
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Oh my gosh, that Princess Package totally makes me want to sway my daughter away from Akershus for her birthday dinner!
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My parents make it a goal every year to make sure whole family goes to Disney,no matter what were all doing we go together, we have been going for 25 plus years. I wanted to have a special cake made to say thanks for being such loving parents or thanks for the memories ( have not come up with best line). I've been looking through postings for days and love the cakes by Chef Brian.
We are going to be eating a Artist Point, that would no problem to deliver there would it?
If I emailed Brian and told him my basic thought would he come up with some ideas? I'm not sure exactly what theme to go for but know I want it to be a wow?

Any thoughts or ideas would be so appreciated
As a parent, I think they'd love a cake that said, "Thanks for the memories." If you don't mind spending more than $100, you could have them make a very special cake. I'm sure you have family photos throughout the years at WDW. You could send those & have them cover the sides of the cake similar to the Haunted Mansion cakes. Instead of the HM wallpaper yours would have family photos. You could put a Mickey & Minnie on the top to symbolize your parents. For what would probably be a bit cheaper option, you could have them put a picture of your dad & mom on white chocolate for the top & fill in with flowers or something.
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tarheelmjfan thank you so much for your considerations, I think that sounds neat with the picture idea down the sides.Is there any examples in these oars where pics have been used like that? Like an index of just pictures?

How many pics would be good if there 4x6, do they overlap them or one by one?

For the top I was thinking of something similar with Mickey and Sitting on a bench looking at a photo album either in the garden in front of castle or something like that and say, thanks for the memories.
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tarheelmjfan thank you so much for your considerations, I think that sounds neat with the picture idea down the sides.Is there any examples in these oars where pics have been used like that? Like an index of just pictures?

How many pics would be good if there 4x6, do they overlap them or one by one?

For the top I was thinking of something similar with Mickey and Sitting on a bench looking at a photo album either in the garden in front of castle or something like that and say, thanks for the memories.
I love your idea for the cake topper, if they can do it. The cake index is the 2nd post here: http://www.disboards.com/newreply.ph...ply&p=44664322 The HM cakes on there have the wallpaper on the side with icing draped over it like curtains. They should be able to use the same method with pictures, but leave off the draped icing. It seems like I've seen one on here using pictures, but I can't remember for sure. Unfortunately, I don't know what size you would need. You'd probably need to contact Chef Brian to see what size he prefers.
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To order the Cinderella slipper, do you have to stay at Grand Floridan? We are planning to do afternoon tea there one afternoon. Would this work?
I was also thinking of ordering a cake at Crystal Palace. As I understand it, you can order one at the podium. I know it's not going to be specialized or fancy. Is this correct? Just mention it when we check in for our ADR?

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We're staying at CSR in June for our anniversary. I was wondering about having a cake waiting for us when we arrive. I'm thinking the oreo one. Would it be just a generic one that you can purchase from Ritz or could I have it personalized?
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Thanks for your help, I got the email for Chef Brian and sent him one this afternoon.Hopefully he responds in a few days, I was worried I would mess u the email bc it's so long
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Thanks for your help, I got the email for Chef Brian and sent him one this afternoon.Hopefully he responds in a few days, I was worried I would mess u the email bc it's so long
Chef Brian is awesome he did this for me last year for a surprise for hubby.

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Your best bet is the Grand Floridian, but you could ask at any of the Deluxe resort bakeries and see if they have him too.
Thanks for all the great info! I think I will do it! I know dd will be so excited!
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To order the Cinderella slipper, do you have to stay at Grand Floridan? We are planning to do afternoon tea there one afternoon. Would this work?
Yes, you can also get one if you dine at any of the restaurants there.

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I was also thinking of ordering a cake at Crystal Palace. As I understand it, you can order one at the podium. I know it's not going to be specialized or fancy. Is this correct? Just mention it when we check in for our ADR?
Correct. The choices for podium cakes are chocolate with chocolate frosting or vanilla with vanilla.

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We're staying at CSR in June for our anniversary. I was wondering about having a cake waiting for us when we arrive. I'm thinking the oreo one. Would it be just a generic one that you can purchase from Ritz or could I have it personalized?
I'm sure they'd write on the cake/the plate for you if you asked.
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So glad to find this, I was missing the other thread. I have to figure out what to do for my birthday, we never did get a cake in January, we had so much other good stuff to eat.
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