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Old 03-04-2013, 10:29 AM   #1636
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It's my daughter's 4th bday when we go in October and I was going to have Brian do it again for us at the Cal Grill (hoping its open by then). She is in crazy Little Mermaid mode soI wanted that as a theme.

Any ideas? Do they have a white chocolate topper of her? If not u think he can swing that in fondant? What about a sabastian and flounder in fondant too? I was just wondering but would also love to hear some ideas. I'm not a huge fan of the cutouts though. She loved the chocolate minnie from her first bday. She won't let us get rid of it either. It's still in the back of our fridge. lol

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It's my daughter's 4th bday when we go in October and I was going to have Brian do it again for us at the Cal Grill (hoping its open by then). She is in crazy Little Mermaid mode soI wanted that as a theme.

Any ideas? Do they have a white chocolate topper of her? If not u think he can swing that in fondant? What about a sabastian and flounder in fondant too? I was just wondering but would also love to hear some ideas. I'm not a huge fan of the cutouts though. She loved the chocolate minnie from her first bday. She won't let us get rid of it either. It's still in the back of our fridge. lol

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Go to the first page and click on the link to Part II...has cake index. There are several Arial cakes there.
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Old 03-04-2013, 12:06 PM   #1638
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Ok please talk me off the ledge. I spoke to Yvette on tues to order a cake for my boss's son. She told me she would call me back in two days. As of Friday I still had not heard back. I called again and spoke with her Friday. She told me she would resend the information as 'high priority' and I should hear back shortly. I still haven't heard back. The cake was for 3/7!! I promised my boss this will be great. Help!!!

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IDo they have a white chocolate topper of her? If not u think he can swing that in fondant? What about a sabastian and flounder in fondant too? I was just wondering but would also love to hear some ideas. I'm not a huge fan of the cutouts though. She loved the chocolate minnie from her first bday. She won't let us get rid of it either. It's still in the back of our fridge. lol

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I have never seen a white chocolate Ariel topper, but they may have one—best to ask. They cannot mold the characters out of fondant for you due to likeness-integrity issues. If you don't want a cutout, you'll have to supply your own plastic figurines.
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Old 03-04-2013, 12:53 PM   #1639
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Lurkyloo- just off the phone. Spoke w Brandon. Yvette was nice but didn't actually accomplish what I needed (ie a cake!) Brandon put me on hold CALLED Jessie the baker and kept me on the phone until it was all dealt with. Feeling better about life.
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Old 03-04-2013, 01:08 PM   #1640
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Awesome! So glad you got it sorted out.
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Old 03-04-2013, 01:35 PM   #1641
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Now I have to find someone who draws so they can sketch the Ariel cake I have in mind for DDs bday.

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Old 03-04-2013, 05:10 PM   #1642
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It has taken me a while but I finally have the picture of my DD's birthday cake. We ordered it through AoA to be delivered to the food court for our pick up. I sent the image and all of the details I wanted included in the cake. I went with this particular design choice because I wanted a slightly more grown up looking Ariel cake. I requested a six inch red velvet with cream cheese filling and buttercream on the outside. I asked for a dark color to resemble the ocean at night and things from Ariel's grotto. I was quoted $60 +tax. My DD loved the cake and it was absolutely delicious!! Better than the one we got from GF in my opinion.

Here's the photo:
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Here's the photo:
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ohh--I had an idea. My girls are fraternal twins, so how about a Secret of the Wings cake with images of Periwinkle and Tink?

That with a fireworks theme since we'll have cake while watching Illuminations? Any ideas about something I could suggest? My girls love the movie. (They are turning 9)
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ohh--I had an idea. My girls are fraternal twins, so how about a Secret of the Wings cake with images of Periwinkle and Tink?

That with a fireworks theme since we'll have cake while watching Illuminations? Any ideas about something I could suggest? My girls love the movie. (They are turning 9)
IMHO the best looking cakes are the ones with a simple theme, rather than multiple ideas all squeezed onto one cake. I'll bet if you told the Yacht Club you wanted a cake with a Secret of the Wings theme and provided a photo, you'd get something great!
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IMHO the best looking cakes are the ones with a simple theme, rather than multiple ideas all squeezed onto one cake. I'll bet if you told the Yacht Club you wanted a cake with a Secret of the Wings theme and provided a photo, you'd get something great!
That's a great point--thank you!
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Old 03-04-2013, 08:30 PM   #1647
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Are the choices at all star ad limited as they seem?
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Old 03-04-2013, 09:34 PM   #1648
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Cake Drums/Cakeboards Covering

Most of the WDW cakes, including the ones I've ordered in the past, are placed on decorative cake foil covered drums or boards. Now, non-WDW bakeries commonly cover their drums/boards with fondant and other decor to compliment the cake.

Does anyone know if any of the WDW bakeries will do this if asked? Or has anyone been told no?
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Old 03-05-2013, 10:51 AM   #1649
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Hello everyone! I was wondering if anyone had any ideas to throw at me for this: I wanted to order a cake (probably to be delivered to our room at POR) for a cosmetology graduation. This is for a girl in love with the princesses, and while Rapunzel isn't her top, she's pretty close to it and I was thinking that she'd be the most appropriate one for a hair dresser's graduation lol Now, I've never ordered a graduation cake from Disney and I'm not sure where to go with this cosmetology school graduation Rapunzel cake theme...anyone have any ideas? Thanks! I was thinking a 6" cake.
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Old 03-05-2013, 10:58 AM   #1650
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Hi Everyone! We usually stay at the Yacht Club and I have a tradition of ordering my husband the White Chocolate Mickey & Strawberries on our arrival day. This time we are trying Port Orleans for something new. Based on the "by location" thread it looks like Boardwalk Inn is my option for delivery and they don't offer the white chocolate mickey. Is there any other way I can get one? Even if it means picking it up at another resort that's fine. Thank you for any help you can offer!
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