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Old 07-09-2018, 11:22 PM   #1
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Birthday Cakes (at resort)?

Has anyone ever ordered a birthday cake from Disney to be delivered to your resort room? We are thinking about getting one during our upcoming trip and I'm wondering how it works and if they are worth it?


My dad and daughter share a birthday (she was the best birthday present he ever got ). We will be at WDW on their actual birthdays. My DD is turning 9, my dad is turning 80!!!
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Didn’t you say elsewhere you’re leaving this Friday? If so, you’re unfortunately too late to order a cake other than the very basic ones readily available. A decorated one delivered to your resort requires an order nearly a month in advance.

We looked into doing that once and thought the prices ridiculous.

For a plainly iced cake just six inches across, you’ll pay around $50-$55. Anything more elaborate will cost somewhat more.

Cakes come with plates, utensils, napkins and a cake server, so you’ll be fully supplied. You can also request birthday candles.

I suggest calling the Disney Cakes line (407-827-2253) to see what’s possible. You might also drop in at Amorette’s in DSpgs to see what they could do.

If you say you’re celebrating two birthdays when checking in at TS restaurants, the birthday folks may get free cupcakes with lighted candles. Also, be sure to ask for birthday buttons for them and “I’m Celebrating” ones for the rest of the family when checking in at your resort.
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Didn’t you say elsewhere you’re leaving this Friday? If so, you’re unfortunately too late to order a cake other than the very basic ones readily available. A decorated one delivered to your resort requires an order nearly a month in advance.

We looked into doing that once and thought the prices ridiculous.

For a plainly iced cake just six inches across, you’ll pay around $50-$55. Anything more elaborate will cost somewhat more.

Cakes come with plates, utensils, napkins and a cake server, so you’ll be fully supplied. You can also request birthday candles.

I suggest calling the Disney Cakes line (407-827-2253) to see what’s possible. You might also drop in at Amorette’s in DSpgs to see what they could do.

If you say you’re celebrating two birthdays when checking in at TS restaurants, the birthday folks may get free cupcakes with lighted candles. Also, be sure to ask for birthday buttons for them and “I’m Celebrating” ones for the rest of the family when checking in at your resort.

Yikes! Guess we're way too late and that's A LOT for a small cake! Yes, we are leaving on Friday (just 3 days ). Since we'll be at Saratoga Springs when we need the cake, going to Amorette's is a very good idea! We can walk over there from SS. Thanks!
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