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Old 01-24-2013, 04:12 PM   #1351
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I am pretty new to this site for the most part, I don't post much but I definitely love to read about these cakes! So much so that I was inspired to order one for my mother's birthday dinner in EPCOT about 2 weeks ago. We had the cake delivered to our table at Le Cellier and it was a hit! The staff were telling me how much they loved the cake and they had all taken pictures of it before they brought it out! She is a huge Snow White fan so I worked out some ideas with Theresa over in the Yacht & Beach Club Bakery to really knock this one out of the park. I gave her a pic I found online of a cupcake liner that was made to resemble Snow White's dress and told her I would love to have a red candy apple placed on top with a quote from the movie. We went with 2x 8" vanilla cake with fondant icing and chocolate buttercream filling, it was FAR from dry and tasted outrageous! This cake exceeded my expectations, was definitely within my budget and made my mother sooo happy! It was so perfect! I am absolutely going to do this again when I come back to WDW!

I just need to figure out how to post a picture of this thing!
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Old 01-24-2013, 04:52 PM   #1352
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Old 01-24-2013, 07:18 PM   #1353
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WOW what a cake. This was really cool.
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Old 01-24-2013, 08:10 PM   #1354
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Here is the cake we had delivered to Whispering Canyon. It was vanilla cake, vanilla custard filling and butter cream icing. It was moist, and tasted delish, and the girls loved the plastic figurines on top! Price was $62





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Old 01-25-2013, 09:16 AM   #1355
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Just got back and I thought I'd post a picture of our Cars themed cake. I had this delivered to our Cars suite at the Art of Animation resort. I wanted a Cars/Rusteez themed cake just as a way to poke fun at my husband for his 40th birthday. I wasn't too specific with directions. I just asked for a Cars theme with a big number 40 on it and I asked them to incorporate the Rusteez quote from the movie on a white chocolate plaquard. It was an 8 inch vanilla with white chocolate mouse filling. I had originally asked for buttercream only because I didn't want to pay for fondant and I wasn't sure my kids would like the taste of it anyway, but I was pleasantly surprised when I received a fondant cake. I was also pleasantly surprised that the fondant tasted really good and my kids liked it. Overall I was happy with what I got. I wasn't happy however, with the resort delivery. I asked for it to be delivered at 8pm on our arrival day and had to make several calls to the front desk to inquire about it. For a while they couldn't find it and it didn't arrive until after 9pm. By then we were too tired to eat it. Oh well. It was $74 total including delivery and tip.
This is so cute! Did you order this from the main cake hotline?
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Old 01-25-2013, 09:43 AM   #1356
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Cakes to AKL

Has anyone had any experience getting cakes from somewhere else delivered to the AKL or one of their restaurants? I see it says under AKL, it MIGHT be possible and I was wondering if anyone has tried it yet with good results?
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Old 01-25-2013, 10:41 AM   #1357
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Old 01-25-2013, 10:53 AM   #1358
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Just another thing as well. I've seen different height cakes for a 6 inch cake, some are taller and have more layers. I was wondering do they ask you how many layers you want when you ask for a 6 inch cake. I just need the smallest one as there are only five of us. I was just wondering if they just pick based on your price or if you can ask for only one or two layers of cake.
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Old 01-25-2013, 11:07 AM   #1359
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Love this!!!!
Thanks guys! Theresa, Lexy (the baker) and I worked really well together, they were amazing! I absolutely loved this cake!
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I know this may have been asked, but if I want to order just a basic cake for my sons birthday breakfast at Chef Mickeys, do I call Chef Mickeys or the Contemporary Resort? Do they bring the cake out to him during our breakfast or do we have to pick it up somewhere? I know it is possible they might bring him a cup cake, but my daughter would be upset. (Yes, it is HIS birthday, but her birthday is a month before our trip and this is a trip gift to both even though we will be there on my sons birthday and he will get the birthday pin).
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Just another thing as well. I've seen different height cakes for a 6 inch cake, some are taller and have more layers. I was wondering do they ask you how many layers you want when you ask for a 6 inch cake. I just need the smallest one as there are only five of us. I was just wondering if they just pick based on your price or if you can ask for only one or two layers of cake.
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I hadn't even thought of that. Good question. I know it was not discussed in my conversation with Chef Brian. I wonder if each bakery has their own method of doing a 6" cake and they are all that way by default. Some chefs may like 4 layers, other 3, etc.
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Thanks guys! Theresa, Lexy (the baker) and I worked really well together, they were amazing! I absolutely loved this cake!
How much does a cake like that cost? It is beautiful!
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I know this may have been asked, but if I want to order just a basic cake for my sons birthday breakfast at Chef Mickeys, do I call Chef Mickeys or the Contemporary Resort? Do they bring the cake out to him during our breakfast or do we have to pick it up somewhere? I know it is possible they might bring him a cup cake, but my daughter would be upset. (Yes, it is HIS birthday, but her birthday is a month before our trip and this is a trip gift to both even though we will be there on my sons birthday and he will get the birthday pin).
Also, I just thought I read I can just order the basic cake when we arrive. Would that be better and could I still get his name added? It also must have sprinkes!
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How much does a cake like that cost? It is beautiful!
The cake was $200 and worth every penny
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Old 01-25-2013, 04:41 PM   #1365
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Loving the new pics of the Cars cake, Snow White cake and Rapunzel/Tiana cake! Some amazing creations!

I'm still trying to think of a clever idea for my sister's 50th birthday cake and I have to really get on it -- we'll be there in 4 weeks, so I want to order within the next 10-14 days.
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