Post Your Wedding Cake

Discussion in 'Disney Weddings and Honeymoons' started by DisneySweetie, Oct 23, 2007.

  1. disneybex

    disneybex Mouseketeer

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    Brilliant, thanks! There is so much choice.....might have to opt for a third tier!
     
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  3. *Nessa*

    *Nessa* Cinderella is proof... a new pair of shoes can cha

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    Yes they are cinderella blue birds, I had them custom made by a Pastry Chef (here in Australia). I can send you details if you would like just pm me :flower3:
     
  4. DeeCee735

    DeeCee735 "How Do You Know of the Key?"

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    May I ask how much they charged you for the mad hatter cake? And where did you have it made? The mad hatter is my ultimate fav and i know down the line (coming closer and closer), I will order one for my 50th!
    I appreciate any info you can give me. Thanks,
     
  5. malibustacey

    malibustacey Son of a building block! Its Woody! .... its... Pr

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    DeeCee735 - They charge $675 for two tier mad hatters (and as far as im aware, in any colour/ style)

    Not sure where they make it, im guessing either Boardwalk / GF Bakery or something, ours is just ordered via our wedding planner
     
  6. IntheKnow

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    This One came from the Grand Floridian Bakery. Very few come from other locations.
     
  7. silverangel879

    silverangel879 Never let your wings be stolen from you!

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    I don't know if I posted it before but here is our wedding cake. We didn't have a Disney wedding (although we wanted to) but we got a little bit of Disney with us!

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    Instead of fondant it was white chocolate (dyed blue) and chocolate. It was so yummy!!!
     
  8. ZipADeeEm

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    It looks beautiful! And I love the WALL*E touch!!
     
  9. beautifultomorrow

    beautifultomorrow DIS Veteran

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    Your cake is gorgeous! I LOVE the idea of having chocolate (YUM!!) instead of fondant (ick).
     
  10. silverangel879

    silverangel879 Never let your wings be stolen from you!

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    Thanks, ZipADeeEm! My DH and I loved the movie so we had to add our personal touch!

    Thanks, beautifultomorrow! Yes, fondant you can't eat but this one was so yummy! I have no regrets!
     
  11. disneybex

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    Love this one! I have seen this base/stand that the cake sits on in a couple of shots and was wondering how much choice you get for these kind of things? Also if you have to pay extra on top of the escape package to have this stand?
     
  12. disneybex

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    Sorry I didn't know how to quote 2 pictures in one post but I also wanted to include this one which also has the lovely base but also because it is too gorgeous not to comment on!

    Although having gone through all 40+ pages if I were to comment on all the gorgeous cakes, I'd be here all week! They are all fab and by all accounts they all taste as good as they look!
     
  13. disneybex

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    Love the topper, it goes so well with your cake!

    Do you think it would look as good on only a 2 tier cake or would it overwhelm it?
     
  14. BethanyMouse

    BethanyMouse Planning a Disney Wedding!

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    I think it would look beautiful on the two tiered cake too!
     
  15. Starseeker1221

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    Sorry, I don't read this thread very often anymore, so I missed this when you first posted! It was made at the Grand Floridian Bakery and they charged us $450 for the two tier mad hatter (With tax and other fees, it came to about $580).
     
  16. TheDisneyGirl02

    TheDisneyGirl02 <font color=navy>I found my Disney Prince!<br><fon

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    This was my cake from my at home wedding. It was yellow cake with whipped cream icing. It was really good!

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    Here's a picture of the cake table. On the right is the big Mickey and Minnie figurine that my Disney Store family bought for me for my bridel shower.

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  17. gibsi53

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  18. ZipADeeEm

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    Beautiful!!! I love it!
     
  19. GirTheGecko

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    that's so pretty! I would like something similar to that for my December wedding.
     
  20. Skylersmommy5

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    You all have given me plenty inspirations of cakes(thank you) will DFTW's do anything like a single tier(small cake with topper) for cutting and do the now ever popular cupcake towers for the guests or a tower of the mini cakes? My hubby and I are in the process of saving up for our DFT Vow Renewal so we can book ours for an anniversary. Thanks everyone.
     
  21. pink_tink8i8

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    what a great idea!
     

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