- Find the Disney resort or theme park where you want the cake delivered on THIS LIST.
- Call the phone number listed for your location to place an order at least 48 hours ahead.
- There are no standard design options other than THESE—every cake is a custom cake, so feel free to submit images that show the pastry team what you want.
- You may be asked for a credit card number, but you won’t be charged until the cake is delivered to the restaurant or resort.
- Cake FAQ
- Cake Options By Location
- Disney Restaurant “Podium Cakes”
- Basic Custom Cakes
- Fancy Fondant-Covered Cakes & Mini Cakes
- Walt Disney World Cake Ordering Hotline
- How to Order Cakes at the Swan & Dolphin
- How to Order Cakes at the Four Seasons
- How to Order Cakes at Disneyland
How do I order a cake at ______________ ?
For Disney-owned and -operated locations at Walt Disney World, call the Cake-Ordering Hotline at 407-827-2253. For the Swan & Dolphin, the Four Seasons Orlando and Disneyland, see the bottom of this FAQ.
Is there a web site for viewing cake choices?
Not at this time. You can see photos of the standard custom cakes on this page. The best resource for photos of unique fancy Disney cakes is the DIS Boards’ Cake Chatter Thread.
Is there an email address for ordering cakes?
Only the Contemporary (WDW.Contemporary.Cake.Order@disney.com) and the Magic Kingdom (firstname.lastname@example.org) have public email addresses for placing cake orders. For all other locations, you will need to call to place your order. It is sometimes possible to request an individual cast member’s email address so that you can send in a cake photo.
Can I get a cake delivered to my room?
At resorts that offer Private Dining, yes. For any other resort, follow the prompts on the Cake Hotline to speak with someone at your resort about the availability of delivery. You do not need to be in the room when the cake is delivered, but you must be checked in to your reservation.
Can I pick up a cake somewhere?
BoardWalk Bakery offers the option to pick up a cake with at least 72 hours’ notice (standard 6-inch cakes like those available at restaurant podiums can be purchased with no notice). Private Dining at the Contemporary and the Grand Floridian may be allow you to pick up a cake at one of the restaurants in the resort without a reservation. If you’re staying at a resort that doesn’t offer Private Dining, you can pick up a custom cake at the resort food court or restaurant by placing the order with the resort via the Cake Hotline.
Can I get a cake at Downtown Disney?
There are no longer any Disney-owned restaurants at Downtown Disney, which means you’ll have to phone each restaurant individually to see whether it offers custom cakes. Information on cake options at some of the most popular Downtown Disney restaurants can be found on the Cake Options By Location page.
Can I order a cake for someone else?
This is tricky. When you place the order, you will be required to provide a credit card number, but Disney usually charges the room or the restaurant bill, so your friend will have to pay the bill. Also, sometimes the server doesn’t realize there is a cake for the table, so if no one in the party knows about it and reminds him/her, it may never appear.
When should I order my cake?
No less than 48 hours ahead of time; for complicated fondant designs, 3 or 4 weeks’ notice may be necessary. Disney will take your order as early as you wish to place it, but be sure to reconfirm it about a week out to be sure it hasn’t been lost.
What size cake do I need for my group?
- Mini-cake serves 2
- 6-inch serves 5
- 8-inch serves 8
- 10-inch serves 16
- Mickey Mouse cake serves 10–12
- 1/4 sheet cake serves 25
- 1/2 sheet cake serves 50
- Sheet cake serves 100
Do I need to bring my own candles?
No. Disney’s table-service restaurants provide candles upon request.
What flavors are available?
Options vary by location, but there is always chocolate cake with chocolate frosting and vanilla cake with vanilla frosting. See our Disney Cake Options By Location page or call the Cake Hotline to speak to someone about the options where you are staying or dining.
What if I want red velvet/carrot cake/something besides chocolate or vanilla?
Most bakeries have limited flavor options, but Deluxe resort bakeries, Epcot and the Magic Kingdom can accommodate certain special requests. Your best bet is to be staying or dining at the Grand Floridian, whose bakery is responsible for most of the wedding cakes on property. Note that carrot cake and fresh fruit fillings are not available for mini cakes.
This is a list of flavors for wedding cakes from the Grand Floridian—guests have had varying degrees of success getting non-wedding cakes made in these:
Wedding Cake Flavors
- Red Velvet
Wedding Cake Fillings
- White Chocolate Mousse
- Dark Chocolate Mousse
- Milk Chocolate Mousse
- Raspberry Mousse
- Orange White Chocolate Mousse
- Orange Milk Chocolate Mousse
- Amaretto Mousse
- Amaretto Mousse with Almond Crunch
- Strawberry Mousse
- Passion Fruit Mousse
- Tropical Mousse (pineapple, passion fruit-mango, and lime mixed)
- German Chocolate
- Caramel Milk Chocolate Mousse
- Cannoli Filling
- Cream Cheese
- Peanut Butter Cream Cheese
- Peanut Butter Cup (dark chocolate and peanut butter cream cheese mousses layered together)
- Bavarian Cream
- Bailey’s Mousse
- Blackberry Mousse
- Lemon Mousse
- Apricot Mousse
- Mocha Mousse
- Tequila Key Lime Mousse
- Strawberry Basil Mousse
- Watermelon Mousse
- Fresh Strawberries*
- Fresh Raspberries*
- White Chocolate Mousse with Fresh Strawberries*
- Bavarian Cream with Fresh Strawberries*
- Passion Fruit Mousse with Fresh Raspberries*
- Dark Chocolate Mousse with Fresh Raspberries*
- Strawberry Mousse with Fresh Strawberries*
- Raspberry Mousse with Fresh Raspberries*
- Cookies & Cream
- Mint White Chocolate
- Dark Chocolate Crisp Pearl
- Chocolate Hazelnut Crunch
*Carrot cake and fresh fruit fillings not available in mini cakes
Where can I get a fancy, fondant-covered cake or a mini cake?
- Animal Kingdom Lodge & Villas (no mini cakes)
- Art of Animation Resort
- BoardWalk Inn & Villas
- Caribbean Beach
- Contemporary Resort & Bay Lake Tower
- Disney Hollywood Studios
- Epcot (excluding restaurants in Mexico, China, Italy, Japan, Morocco, and France)
- Fort Wilderness
- Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
- Magic Kingdom
- Old Key West
- Pop Century
- Polynesian Resort
- Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa
- Wilderness Lodge
- Yacht & Beach Club & Villas
Can I get a fancy, fondant-covered cake or a mini cake in a theme park?
Only at the Magic Kingdom and Epcot, excluding restaurants in the Mexico, China, Italy, Japan, Morocco, and France pavilions. For the Magic Kingdom, place your order through the Cake-Ordering Hotline at 407-827-2253. For Epcot, place your order through Epcot’s Food and Beverage department: 407-560-6395.
I got married at Walt Disney World. How do I get a re-creation of the top layer of our wedding cake?
Contact Private Dining at the Grand Floridian. If your wedding was in the last five years, they can access your BEO to get an exact description of the cake. Alternatively, BoardWalk Bakery can replicate any of the standard Escape Collection cake designs. Otherwise, you can submit photos to any pastry team on property to help them replicate your cake.
Is the frosting buttercream or whipped cream?
Standard 6-inch cakes are frosted in buttercream, while custom-ordered cakes may be available in a choice of buttercream or whipped cream.
I don’t like the taste of fondant but I want an elaborate cake. What should I do?
Disney’s cakes come with a layer of buttercream underneath the fondant and can be served with the fondant removed. You can also specify whether you want vanilla or chocolate buttercream underneath the fondant.
Which characters can I get on my cake?
Any character from the extended Disney family (Muppets, Pixar, Disney Junior, et al.) except Winnie the Pooh & Friends. (Note: Awareness of this rule varies, so if you want Pooh, it never hurts to ask.) Characters cannot be sculpted 3-D, they must be rendered as a flat screen print directly on the cake or on a standing piece of white chocolate. The exceptions are the white chocolate character statues available for an additional charge at certain Deluxe resorts. Alternatively, you may be able to work with the bakery to provide your own plastic figurines to be placed on the cake.
Which white chocolate characters are available?
In general, white chocolate characters are only available at the locations that offer fancy, fondant-covered cakes (see Disney Cake Options By Location page). Prices are $15–$65, depending on size and resort, and figures can be fully painted for an additional charge. The selection varies by location, with the Grand Floridian offering the widest variety. Check with the bakery at the resort where you want to order the character.
- Snow White
- Tinker Bell
- Peter Pan
- Captain Jack Sparrow
- Jedi Mickey
- Anniversary Mickey & Minnie
- Dark chocolate 3-inch Mickey or Minnie
- Lightning McQueen
- Tow Mater
Can I get a cake shaped like something besides a circle or a square?
The Grand Floridian is your best bet for a specially shaped cake, although the Contemporary and the Yacht & Beach Club may be able to do certain styles.
Can I send in a picture of what I want?
Once you make contact with a Disney cast member through the Cake Hotline, you can work with him or her to e-mail photos to the pastry chef.
Can I get something other than a cake, like chocolate-covered strawberries?
Your best bet is to be staying at a Deluxe Resort, since their private dining menus usually have a section for “celebrations” or edible “amenities” you can have delivered to your room. Click here for a sample of the cake-alternatives at the Contemporary Resort and Animal Kingdom Lodge. You’ll need to contact private dining at your resort to see what they offer, since every resort does something different.
Where can I get a mini cake?
The Grand Floridian, the Contemporary, Yacht & Beach Club and BoardWalk Inn or any location serviced by these bakeries.
Where can I get a mini-castle cake?
The Grand Floridian or the Contemporary and any location serviced by these bakeries.
Where can I get the chocolate Cinderella Slipper Dessert?
The Cinderella Slipper Dessert is available at the Grand Floridian, the Contemporary Resort, and Cinderella’s Royal Table at the Magic Kingdom. It is usually white chocolate, but Cinderella’s Royal Table occasionally offers it in milk chocolate.
What’s in the Cinderella’s Royal Table Princess Package?
See THIS POST.
What if someone in my party has dietary restrictions?
In general, Disney will do its best to accommodate dietary restrictions like allergies, but it’s best to call to find out your options. All Disney-owned restaurants offer a vegan, allergen-free cake in chocolate or vanilla for $29. For details, a photo and an ingredient list, CLICK HERE.
Alternatively, vegan bakery Erin McKenna’s Bakery (née Babycakes NYC) at Downtown Disney delivers two-layer 6-inch cakes (serves 8–10) to restaurants on Disney property. Call 855-462-2292 at least one week in advance to order. Erin McKenna’s offers gluten-free, wheat-free, soy-free, casein-free, egg-free, vegan and kosher baked goods. Certain other Erin McKenna’s Bakery items—like mini cupcakes, cookies and doughnuts—can be found in the gift shops at the Beach Club and Kidani Village; at Jambo House’s quick-service spot, the Mara; in the food courts at Pop Century and Art of Animation; and at Animal Kingdom’s Gardens Kiosk, a food-allergy info booth near Flame Tree Barbecue and It’s Tough to Be a Bug.
Will the restaurant hold my leftover cake until the end of the night?
Disney’s official policy forbids this as a food-safety precaution, but some guests have been able to get Disney restaurants to hold their leftover cake. Just don’t count on it.
How do I order a cake at the Walt Disney World Swan or Dolphin?
These resorts are not owned by Disney, so you must call them directly at 407-934-1614 to place an order at least 48 hours in advance.
Cake Sizes and Prices:
6” cake (5 to 7 people ): $42 and up
8” cake (10 to 12 people): $65 and up
10” cake (14 to 16 people): $89 and up
1/2 sheet cake (25 to 30 people): $185 and up
Full Sheet cake (54 to 60 people): $380 and up
How do I order a cake at the Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World?
You must call Private Dining at the Four Seasons directly at (407) 313-7777. They offer the standard cakes below, or you can work with the pastry chef on a custom cake by filling out the order form they will send you.
Red Velvet with Cream Cheese Frosting
Bittersweet Chocolate Mousse
Vanilla Diplomat (vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream frosting)
Cake Sizes and Prices:
6” cake (5 to 7 people ): $45
8” cake (10 to 12 people): $60
10” cake (14 to 16 people): $75
1/4 sheet cake (25 to 30 people): $95
1/2 sheet cake (25 to 30 people): $145
How do I order a cake at Disneyland?
Disneyland has a much smaller operation, with one central bakery that makes the cakes for all the resorts and full-service restaurants in the parks. They only offer 6-inch cakes ($33) or 10-inch cakes ($52), along with quarter ($67), half ($92) and full ($132) sheet cakes. A 19% service charge is added for cakes delivered to Disney resort rooms. Disney requires 48 hours’ notice for all custom cakes.
- Cake Flavors: vanilla, chocolate, red velvet or carrot
- Filling Flavors: vanilla custard, cream cheese (red velvet cake only), whipped cream, white or dark chocolate mousse or chocolate ganache
- Frostings: whipped cream, buttercream, chocolate ganache or chocolate mousse
To place an order if you are staying at a Disney resort, call 1-714-300-7526 and select Option #2. To place an order if you are not staying at a Disney resort, call Disney Dining at 1-714-781-3463.
My recommendation is to order from local bakery SusieCakes in Costa Mesa. They don’t do fondant-covered cakes, but they do make the best, moistest old-fashioned buttercream cakes—and they taste WAY better than any cake I’ve ever had at Disneyland. If you order directly from SusieCakes, the delivery fee will set you back $35. But if you use the app/website Postmates, the delivery fee is closer to $15.
Disney Restaurant Podium Cakes
If you’re OK with a simple supermarket-style cake in vanilla or chocolate, you can get one just by asking at the podium when you check in for your reservation at any Disney restaurant except Victoria & Albert’s. These 6-inch cakes serve 5 and cost $23 plus tax.
With 48 hours’ notice, most restaurants also offer basic custom cakes in larger sizes and a limited range of flavors with basic decorations. If an 8-inch cake is offered, it will be available in chocolate or vanilla and cost $35 (serves 8). Ordering a 10-inch cake ($49, serves 16) will get you more flavor choices—usually vanilla, chocolate or marble cake filled with vanilla buttercream, chocolate buttercream, white chocolate mousse, dark chocolate mousse, strawberry mousse, or raspberry mousse and covered in vanilla or chocolate buttercream or whipped cream. Sheet cakes are available in 1/4 ($55, serves 25), 1/2 ($80, serves 50) and full ($120, serves 100) sizes. The price of adding a screen-printed image to a cake varies by location and ranges from as little as $2 to as much as $35—and at some places it’s free!
Most restaurants also offer a Mickey Mouse cake in the shape of his head bearing a screen print of his face for $52. It serves 10–12 people, is available in white or chocolate cake with chocolate filling, and is covered in chocolate ganache. Although the cake cannot be customized, you can have a message written on the serving plate. At restaurants serviced by the Contemporary Resort Bakery, the Mickey Mouse cake may be covered in piped buttercream frosting rather than a coating of chocolate ganache, on request.
CLICK HERE for photos of basic custom cake styles.
Fancy Fondant-Covered Cakes & Mini Cakes
If you’re looking for an elaborate fondant-covered cake, a mini cake, or cakes in nonstandard flavors, only the bakeries at the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, the Contemporary Resort, BoardWalk Inn, Animal Kingdom Lodge, the Yacht & Beach Club and Epcot offer these, and only BoardWalk Bakery will let you pick up a cake. Note: The bakery at Animal Kingdom Lodge will not make mini cakes.
However, if you’re staying or dining at the Polynesian Resort, you can get a fancy cake by calling Private Dining at the Grand Floridian. For fancy cakes at the Magic Kingdom, Wilderness Lodge, and Fort Wilderness, call Private Dining at the Contemporary. At Epcot, only restaurants serviced by the Epcot food and beverage team offer fancy cakes; restaurants in Mexico, China, Italy, Japan, Morocco, and France are serviced by outside vendors. Fancy cakes are also available at Caribbean Beach, Old Key West, Pop Century, and Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa, which are serviced by BoardWalk Bakery, and at Art of Animation, which is serviced bythe Yacht & Beach Club. For these resorts, call the Cake Hotline and follow the prompts for your resort to place your order. You can pick up your cake at the restaurant or food court; many resorts will even deliver it to your room. Complete details on the cake choices and prices at each park and resort can be found on the Disney Cake Options By Location page.
To order, call Walt Disney World’s Cake-Ordering Hotline at 407-827-2253.
At this time, Disney has no email address you can write to with a cake inquiry, and there is no Disney-run web site showing cake options and prices. When ordering a fancy custom cake, you may run into difficulty with Private Dining cast members who are not aware of the bakery’s capabilities. Politely ask to speak to the pastry chef directly so that you can get the official word on cake options.
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