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Old 03-06-2013, 01:55 PM   #1666
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But I have to use GF PD right??? I cant use CR Brian.
Right. The GF makes the cakes for the Poly. The Contemporary only delivers to the places listed in Post #1.
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Okay perfect. That is what I thought but I wanted to double check. Since it is a surprise I dont wanna go pick it up at the Wave. I guess I will have to deal with the higher price at the GF or just get a 6inch cake instead. Thanks for the help
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Old 03-06-2013, 07:12 PM   #1668
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I just love that cake! How did the dark buttercream taste?
I want something similar in a Neverland theme, but I hate how frosting dye tastes. I would love to save the cost of fondant, but I also want the cake to taste good.
The buttercream did not taste any different being dark. The color actually seemed airbrushed on and wasn't through the buttercream. As soon as we cut it, the buttercream was white except for that teeny tiny layer of color. We all had interesting colored mouths but it tasted fantastic! :D
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The buttercream did not taste any different being dark. The color actually seemed airbrushed on and wasn't through the buttercream. As soon as we cut it, the buttercream was white except for that teeny tiny layer of color. We all had interesting colored mouths but it tasted fantastic! :D
Thanks! That definitely helps.
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Okay, as soon as I figure Out how to get pictures off my phone and onto the website, I have a great Brave cake chef Brian did to post. I helped my friend order it for her 4 yo's bday.

10 inch, chocolate, with Chocolate buttercream. Fondant on top. Delivered to CRT. Not sure the final price feel rude asking her but I know it was between 125 and 150.
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The buttercream did not taste any different being dark. The color actually seemed airbrushed on and wasn't through the buttercream. As soon as we cut it, the buttercream was white except for that teeny tiny layer of color. We all had interesting colored mouths but it tasted fantastic! :D
I love how your cake looked. do you mind if I use it for inspiration? I was planning something similar for my daughter's birthday. Instead of the picture of Ariel that you have, I was thinking of one with her in her cave; surrounded by whosits.
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I love how your cake looked. do you mind if I use it for inspiration? I was planning something similar for my daughter's birthday. Instead of the picture of Ariel that you have, I was thinking of one with her in her cave; surrounded by whosits.
Go for it! I'm glad to help out since this thread has helped me so much with my cake ordering! The grotto is what the bottom and sides were representing in mine. There was a picture of Sebastian and Flounder on the side as if they are under the water. I thought I had taken more pictures of it.......wait! I don't think I checked my camera instead of my phone. I'll post if I have more to help with the inspiration.
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Found the other pictures!

Yay! I found more pictures of my DD's bday cake. I completely forgot that I had taken my camera on that trip.

Here's a few showing more detail: (sorry the pics are so big.....I have to play on photobucket a bit yet)





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Old 03-07-2013, 11:44 AM   #1674
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Okay, as soon as I figure Out how to get pictures off my phone and onto the website, I have a great Brave cake chef Brian did to post.
If you have a Photobucket account, you should have a personal email address that you can send the photos to from your phone that will upload them straight to Photobucket. Or just email them to yourself from the phone, then upload them manually. Otherwise, if you want to email them to me, I can post them for you! (Can you tell I really want to see this cake? )
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Anniversary Cake

Hi all!

I've been looking for a reason to order a custom cake for such a long time and I finally have one! My parents will be celebrating their anniversary during our next Disney vacation in April! We're staying at the Bay Lake Towers and I just emailed the chef with my request and ideas. Fingers crossed that they are able to do it. I am beyond excited! Just wanted to share!
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Luckyloo-- my Internet is down so I'm working off of 4g.... If you pm me your email I will happily send them.

Fingers crossed for tonight---it's the cake for my boss' son that I had such issues with via YC.
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Old 03-07-2013, 05:41 PM   #1677
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OK, here is MomofDisneyLoversx3's clever Brave cake...


Where: Cinderella's Royal Table

Size: 10-inch cake

Flavor: Chocolate cake with chocolate mousse filling

Price: $125–$150

Theme: Brave








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And an update---just got the text from my boss. The Mickey cake at YS was awesome.
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Hi, guys! We will be at wdw for my hubby's birthday, and I want to get him one of the "fancy fondant cakes." I had been planning on going to a restaurant at the Contemporary (since they have such amazing cakes) the night before his b'day (we are having a surprise dinner on his b'day at Victoria and Albert's, and I didn't really want to do the cake there). Unfortunately the California Grill is closed while we are there (where we would have loved to go for the first time), so it was going to be dinner at the Wave (which I am not too excited about, neither is he). But, I saw some of those great cakes that have been coming from the Yacht and Beach Club (we are staying at the Beach Club). I didn't know they could do cakes on a similar level to the Contemporary. I would much rather be able to get a great cake at the hotel we are staying at then have to go eat a restaurant we don't really want to. So, just to make sure I understand, you can get a cake from the Yacht and Beach Club delivered to your room by private dining if you are staying at the Beach Club? And this can be delivered even when you are not in the room? And I just call the main number on the first page and ask to be connected to the Yacht and Beach Club private dining?
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And an update---just got the text from my boss. The Mickey cake at YS was awesome.
I hope they will give you some pictures to post Glad it all worked out well
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