The info at the link provided says, "To order for Cinderella’s Royal Table, email WDW.Magic.Kingdom.Specialty.Desserts@Disney.com."I checked the first page, but it's not clear on the link provided. Do I email MK Cakes for the Cinderella Slipper dessert at CRT? I will love to get it for my daughter!
That cake is adorable!!We are huge SW and dwarf fans and just got reservations for the Artist Point Storybook Dining w SW. Since DD's bday is coming up, does anyone have suggestions for a SW/dwarf inspired cake?
This is the one that I had at Ohana last year and loved it but don't think I should repeat the same one:
Going to have to wait a bit on my quote, but I started the order process today. As luck would have it, they had not one, but TWO White Rabbit edible images with him in a running motion. The one I went with has him with left leg leading like my sketch, but his glasses are flying off of his head. That sounded cuter than the stationary glasses in my sketch While they have to wait to see if the bakery is willing to accommodate my flavor requests, I'm trying for orange cake with passion fruit mousse since it sounds kind of breakfast-like to me. Not that non-breakfast flavors ever stopped me from having cake with breakfast.Has anyone worked the the YC/BC bakery recently and had something where they needed to put in a request for art approval? (can't recall the exact term they used) I had this come up with a cake I tried to order in 2015. They didn't have what I wanted, but said they could put in a request for new art for an edible image, but it would take at least 30 days. I want something like what's in my sketch below, but the closest thing I've seen in past cakes was a rather stationary looking White Rabbit. This is a run trip and our costumes are all Alice themed, so I'm hoping to find one with a character in motion. The topper part of the sketch came from a scene I froze just as Alice is about to chase the rabbit down the hole.
In any event, just wondering if anyone has had any experience with this of late. Alternately, has anyone gotten any Alice themed cakes that show a character running in the edible image? It does not have to be the White Rabbit, but really trying to incorporate that run look.
At Disney resorts, "Private Dining" and "Room Service" are the same thing. That IS who you need to speak to in order to place a cake order for California Grill, not the restaurant.Made my 1st attempt to contact Cali Grill for my cake and upon hearing my request for “private dining” I was promptly transferred to...room service...argh! I will try again just wanted to vent...Epcot ordering was easy! Left a message so we will see what happens next...
Glad I came back here when I thought it was funny. I have had success on both cake fronts today. Epcot, ordering a Christmas themed mini cake, flavors and frosting were limited to vanilla/chocolate so my choice is all vanilla. Still waiting on a quote but I sent a picture of one I found here that I absolutely loved. Cali Grill-success on the Private Dining line. I spoke to Jessica who initially gave me the same Epcot options but then said or would you like something special? So Churro flavor with praline crunch mousse-yes please! This one I am still nervous about...I requested a base mini cake in mad hatter colors-light green with a dark green band and a cheshire cat top (pink with purple band) and possibly just the cheshire cat grin on top...she knew they could not do the grin and recommended an image instead. We then discussed adding the white rabbit as an element so we decided the top layer would have the cheshire cat as an image wrap with an image of the white rabbit on top. Jessica spoke to the bakery who told her that they could not do what we were asking and that the fondant would have to be marbled...so we will see what it looks like. Quote is $90.At Disney resorts, "Private Dining" and "Room Service" are the same thing. That IS who you need to speak to in order to place a cake order for California Grill, not the restaurant.