Ordering birthday cake for ADR

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  1. Rachandco

    Rachandco Earning My Ears

    Sep 9, 2009
    Hi. We go to Disney in November and are celebrating my DD's 10th birthday whilst there. We have a dinner ADR for CP. Has anyone pre-ordered a cake? If so, how and approx how much can I expect to pay?

    Thanks in advance for your replies.
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  3. PJB71

    PJB71 DIS Veteran

    Jul 24, 2009

    We are always in Orlando for my DD birthday and have never had a problems getting her a birthday cake.:thumbsup2

    Just mention it when you book your dinner reservation, and again when you enter the restaurant.

    From memory I think it's about $15.:confused3

    They usually pipe the name and age onto the cake. Well they have when we have had them in the past.

    We usually take my DD to the Grand Floridian for the Cinderella dinner and usually one of the characters brings her cake and sings Happy birthday to her. They also present you with a place mat and a tiara(notsure what it is if your a boy!!):rotfl2: and then package the cake up for you to take away with you.

    Hope this helps.
  4. Netty

    Netty <font color=deeppink>A six foot palm from Wal-Mart

    Jan 6, 1999
    found this for you

    Something special happening at Walt Disney World whilst you are there?
    or would you like to arrange a surprise for someone that is there?

    Well you can pre-order Disney Birthday Cakes at select table service restaurants by contacting the Cake Line at 407-827-2253. Please leave a message if a Cast Member is not available when you call as your call will be returned.

    Specialty Cake Sizes & Prices effective Dec 2008

    6 inches (serves 4-6) What will you celebrate Cake no unscription $21.00 + tax
    8 inches (serves 8) no inscription $32.00 + tax
    10 inches (serves 10) $45.00 + tax, Decorations $30.00
    Mickey Mouse Cake (serves 8) $48.00 + tax, Decorations $35
    1/4 Full Sheet Cake (serves 20) $55 plus tax, Decorations $35
    1/2 Full Sheet Cake (serves 40) $80 plus tax, Decorations $40

    Note: Prices are subject to change

    Custom cakes are also available by contacting Cake Line at 407-827-2253 and may require a longer lead time depending on the cake specifications.

    Advance notice is required 48 hours prior. There is no advance notice required for the 6" What Will You Celebrate? cakes which are available in chocolate or vanilla. Custom cakes are also available by contacting the Cake Line at 407-827-2253 and may require a longer lead time depending on the cake specifications.

    You can add an inscription to the 10" and Sheet cakes (e.g., Happy Birthday Joe, Happy Anniversary Dick and Jane)

    Note: if you get voice mail, leave a message and a cast member will call you back during business hours 8am-4pm ET, closed weekends and federal holidays
  5. Rachandco

    Rachandco Earning My Ears

    Sep 9, 2009
    That's great. Thanks for your help!! I'll call them tomorrow and get it sorted
  6. catherine

    catherine <font color=red>Hey not fair, you guys already hav

    Aug 27, 2000
    There's loads of info re: Disney cakes over on the restaurant board:

    There's also a sticky at the top of the page which just has photos of different cakes.

    We ordered a cake from the GF for our DD's 10th birthday. I just spoke with the lady who does the cake ordering for the GF, told her what we wanted and she took our order. I gave her our CC no. but on the night we just charged it to our room. I think that the cake cost around $50 - $60.
  7. Pooh's-Honey-Pot

    Pooh's-Honey-Pot Disney Bride June 19th 2006

    May 31, 2007
    I ordered one of the chocolate ones as a surprise for my DH for our meal at Cali Grill. It was about $22 I think from memory. I ordered it back in February for May (theres no need to order that early, I just wanted to tick it off my list!!). I then checked the order was still Ok once I got to the States. It was very easy to do. It was just one of their basic cakes that they will pipe something on to - you can get really nice fancy ones for much more money, but this did the job a treat!

    There are a couple of piccies of it in my food report!

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