OFFICIAL Disney Cake Chatter Thread - Part III

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  1. Mike&AllisMom

    Mike&AllisMom Mouseketeer

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    I ordered a painted Bell figure from CR and it added $45 to the cost of my cake. I'm not sure if they have Chip, but that might give you an idea of cost. It might be less if you don't want it painted.
     
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  3. peainapod

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    A little off topic, how do you get typed info saved onto the adobe cake form they send via email? Trying to order a cake at the Magic Kingdom.
     
  4. jimim

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    if it's a pdf file don't you need the pro version to make changes to it?

    i only use the free reader but i know the pro version of the reader allows changes to be made to the file.
     
  5. hippsmom

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    Will the Boardwalk Bakery personalize a cake out of the case?

    Or I was thinking...who has the prettiest cupcakes on property? My dd would probably be just as happy with a gorgeous cupcake or two!!

    Hoping to surprise her when she and her dad come back from one of their golf outings! Thanks!
     
  6. IceSkatingPrincess

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    Just placed an order for our wishes cruise! I ended up going with a mini wedding cake with pink mickeys on the sides, and a white chocolate glass slipper with chocolate writing on the plate that says "2 years of happily ever after" :love:. DH has no idea. I'm excited. VERY excited :D

    They couldn't quote me a price right away because the pink may be an upcharge, but I'm sure it'll be under $100 which is fine with me!

    :cool1:
     
  7. Mike&AllisMom

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    That sounds great!!!! Please take pics to share! :)
     
  8. IceSkatingPrincess

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    I definitely will! I'll update with the price as well when I can! I'm guessing it will be around $65-75ish
     
  9. DanieD0909

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    Hi everyone! Just wanted to let everyone know about my cake ordering experience today... Maybe it will help someone!!

    I was looking to order a cake for my DD's 1st birthday at Ohanas on 10/21. I had left a few messages on Pats vm. No return call :(

    I saw that someone on here said she was on leave... Thank you for posting that! So today, I called one more time... No answer and called the number that is on her vm for private dining. Called them; they answered immediately...but couldn't help me so transferred me to the Bakery. Spoke to Christine (I think she said she was the pastry chef). She was awesome!!! So easy!!

    Here is what I ordered:
    10 inch marble with vanilla buttercream filling
    Minnie mouse themed: Covered in red fondant with white polka dots. Bow on top; ruffle on bottom. It will say Happy 1st Birthday Sabrina. $90

    Good luck cake friends!! This thread helped me so much!!! Thank you everyone!
     
  10. princessK30

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    We have reservations for the Fantasmic dinner package at Hollywood and Vine on the night of my daughters 1st birthday and would like to order a special cake....can anyone tell me where the cake comes from and what my options are?
     
  11. acummings81

    acummings81 Earning My Ears

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    My family of 12 will be celebrating my parents 40th anniversary and my mom's birthday over the new year. We're staying at Bay Lake Tower and I'd like to arrange to have a cake to celebrate. We'll have just missed the actual anniversary date when we arrive but will be there for my mom's birthday. The evening of her birthday we will be eating a late dinner at Le Cellier.

    My questions are: 1) Should we do an anniversary or birthday cake? 2) Should we get it from BLT or have it Le Cellier the evening of my mom's birthday?

    For a bit more context, I'd like to do a fancy cake (no too concerned about cost but not outrageous) and my parents sprung for the dining plan and dessert will be included when we eat at Le Cellier. I was hoping someone might have some advice as to which location may have better cakes and what (in people's experiences) is easier...delivery to a restaurant or villa? Thanks for the help, I feel a bit overwhelmed with too many decisions.

    Contemporary (1987), All-Star Music (1998), Polynesian (1999), All-Star Sports (2000), All-Star Music (2002), Pop Century (2004), Offsite (2008), Animal Kingdom Lodge (2009), All-Star Movies (2012), Disney Magic (2013), Bay Lake Tower (2014)
     
  12. amy hood

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    I have searched the thread. I didn't find much I was hoping that some members have some to share are a link to see some. Thanks so much for your help.:wave2:
     
  13. Cobern

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    What kind of mini cake? I posted a picture of a pirate one back in may
     
  14. amy hood

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    We want to surprise our daughter with a mini cake at Be Our Guest with a min cake with strawberry filling.She is 21 and it is her anniverary. Not sure if we should see if they can to a Belle cake? Not really sure what options I have. Thought about just asking if they can pipe a butter cream frosting red rose on top of it. Thanks
     
  15. Cobern

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    I think someone posted about getting one to look like belles yellow dress and a few roses at the base

    Edit: they were talking or ordering it,I have not seen pictures
     
  16. Mike&AllisMom

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    That was me :) Our trip is 10/18 - 10/28, I will post when we return.
     
  17. lurkyloo

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    See Post #2, under "Disney's Hollywood Studios."

    I always prefer delivery directly to my resort room so I don't have to schlep leftover cake home from a park. Additionally, you may have an easier time getting what you want from the Contemporary's pastry team b/c they have so much more experience (though Epcot has stepped up its game recently).
     
  18. amy hood

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    So looking forward to seeing it. Enjoy your trip. pixiedust:
     
  19. amy hood

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    Looking forward to seeing your pics. Enjoy your trip. :thumbsup2
     
  20. JoJo1980

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    For anyone that has had a cake delivered to their room, was there an extra charge for this? And how much was it?
     
  21. Becky925

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    This is my Haunted Mansion themed mini cake that my mom ordered from CR to be delivered to the Crystal Palace for my birthday. She told me the price was $65.
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