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Old 09-23-2012, 02:40 PM   #796
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Anna's 7th Birthday @ Flying Fish





Really great experience, we love Flying Fish and they really went out of their way to make Anna feel special. As far as the ordering process, once I got in touch with Jesse, she was wonderful. When discussing the cake, she offered an 8 in in place of the 10 since we only had 4 in our party. Anna chose chocolate on chocolate and a Rapunzel theme. You will note the buttercream was not chocolate, I did not even mention due to the over the top service we recieved. The cake was okay but that may have been the flavor choice but the girls loved it. It was $100 before tax and tip. Would not hesitate to order again!
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Old 09-23-2012, 02:56 PM   #797
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Great cake! I'm so glad it worked out for you despite the communication problems.

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Old 09-23-2012, 02:59 PM   #798
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Thanks Lurkyloo!

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Post #2 of this thread (under Epcot) lists the cake options for Tutto Italia and Via Napoli.
Thanks for the help....better than trying to go through the whole thread....I subscribed to it sooooo long ago!
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Old 09-23-2012, 07:06 PM   #799
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Hello Everyone,

I could spend all day looking at all these amazing Cake Pictures!

I am hoping for some recommendations here.

We will have lunch at CRT on my Daughter's 8th Birthday.

There will only be three of us, my Daughter, my Mom and myself. We will spend the entire day at the MK.

Any recommendations for what type of Birthday Cake or Dessert we can get for just the three of us? Or, another idea to keep things relatively simple, yet special?

While I do not want to go "Over the Top", I still would love to create a little magic for her.

Thanks for any suggestions!
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We were just there one week ago tonight, for my 2 girls I got them each the slipper dessert OMG it was good, and they both received a crown once we sat down. For 2 crowns and 2 desserts $60 with the tip for the 4 of us I paid $80 Well Worth IT
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booked the royal highness package for DD on 9/30. Last time we did an 8inch cake and it was just way too much and we wasted most of it. Instead of the cake we are doing a dark chocolate slipper with no fruit (allergy) and they will have a balloon at the table and pixie dust then she will be presented with a tiara. I was quoted $42.50 plus tax and gratuity. Emailing the addy i found here worked well and it was booked in a day.
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Old 09-23-2012, 10:16 PM   #801
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booked the royal highness package for DD on 9/30. Last time we did an 8inch cake and it was just way too much and we wasted most of it. Instead of the cake we are doing a dark chocolate slipper with no fruit (allergy) and they will have a balloon at the table and pixie dust then she will be presented with a tiara. I was quoted $42.50 plus tax and gratuity. Emailing the addy i found here worked well and it was booked in a day.
How many people did you have in your party last time? We will have 8 people (including 2 children) and I was going to upgrade to a 10 inch.
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Not to butt in, but an 8-inch cake is plenty for 8 adults and more than enough when it's 6 adults and 2 kids.
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Old 09-24-2012, 04:28 PM   #803
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I've still not ordered a cake LOL.....I'm so indecisive. Anyhow....can we get a cake delivered to Boma? And has anyone done something as simple as making a cake that looks like those M&M cups at DTD Goofy's Candy Company? Wonder if they could do that.....or again if it's just not really a matter of simple cake versus difficult cake but more on what they have to work with (not having M&Ms for cakes...etc).
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How many people did you have in your party last time? We will have 8 people (including 2 children) and I was going to upgrade to a 10 inch.
We had 4 adults and 3 kids. We didn't even finish half of it.
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Old 09-24-2012, 05:36 PM   #805
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I have 2 questions I hope maybe someone here can help me with.

First one, we celebrated DD's 16th birthday with a party at the Grand Floridian, and we had this cake..



It was a Chocolate Cake with a Bailey's Mousse Filling, with Buttercream and Fondant to finish.

Now we are about to celebrate her 21st birthday, and I would LOVE to surprise her with a mini-version of this!! Doesn't even have to have the fondant, just something simple, as it was pretty much the choc cake and Bailey's mousse combo that she fell in love with!

The thing is, this time we are staying at the BWI, and have no plans to go over to GF at all. I'm trying to figure out if it would be possible to get something like this from there. Any idea?

Second one, we are staying our first night there at AoA ,on the night that happens to also be my DS's Birthday!! (They are exactly one week apart!) I would like to order him a cake as well..maybe Halloween or Haunted Mansion themed?? As long as it's all chocolate he really doesn't care WHAT it looks like! Where do I go for an AoA cake?

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I've still not ordered a cake LOL.....I'm so indecisive. Anyhow....can we get a cake delivered to Boma? And has anyone done something as simple as making a cake that looks like those M&M cups at DTD Goofy's Candy Company? Wonder if they could do that.....or again if it's just not really a matter of simple cake versus difficult cake but more on what they have to work with (not having M&Ms for cakes...etc).
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I have 2 questions I hope maybe someone here can help me with.

The thing is, this time we are staying at the BWI, and have no plans to go over to GF at all. I'm trying to figure out if it would be possible to get something like this from there. Any idea?

Second one, we are staying our first night there at AoA ,on the night that happens to also be my DS's Birthday!! (They are exactly one week apart!) I would like to order him a cake as well..maybe Halloween or Haunted Mansion themed?? As long as it's all chocolate he really doesn't care WHAT it looks like! Where do I go for an AoA cake?

Check out the comprehensive info in posts 1 & 2 of this thread!
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Old 09-25-2012, 07:38 AM   #807
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I am so overwhelmed! HELP! I have read and reread and researched and I am so indecisive. A little background for you so you can give me your cake experience and advice...We are a family of five returning to Disney World for the first time this Christmas after a 5 year hiatus (had to pay for two sons in college at the same time...don't ask who planned that one) anyway...here is the plan. Middle son will turn 23 on December 20th and we will be eating at the Yachtsman Steakhouse before taking a Birthday Cruise to hopefully view Illuminations (weather permitting). I want to get him a special cake and I am not sure whether to have it after dinner at the Yachtsman or on the cruise. Would I order the cake from the Yachtsman or from the Boardwalk Inn where we are staying and...for a 23 year old Civil/Environmental/Computer Engineer who favors Jack Skellington/Star Wars/Stitch...What do I do...Pass...Ball is in your court. Please help this confused mom come up with something truly memorable for all. Thanks so much and sorry for the ramble...
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We are still at the World, but I wanted to say thank you again for all of the help this thread was in ordering my cake! We had our 1st dinner at Chef Mickey's Saturday evening and Chef Brian did not disappoint! I can't wait to get home (okay, really I can wait) and post pictures!
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Old 09-25-2012, 10:55 AM   #809
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Planning our first family trip to disney!!!Planning 9 days and ds will turn 11We are going in May for star wars weekend(we are a family of 4) so we would love to have a star wars cake at sci-fi, is that possible?We are planning meals at chef mickey,ohana,CRT,coral reef, of course this depends on getting the reservations
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So question...Why can't i just order an 8" chocolate cake with vanilla frosting? Why does it have to be chocolate with chocolate and vanilla with vanilla?
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