Walt Disney World Cake Options By Location

For complete details and FAQs about ordering a cake at Walt Disney World, CLICK HERE.

All-Star Resorts
Animal Kingdom
Animal Kingdom Lodge
Art of Animation
Bay Lake Tower
Beach Club Resort
BoardWalk Inn
Caribbean Beach Resort
Contemporary Resort
Coronado Springs Resort
Disney Springs
Epcot
Fort Wilderness Resort
Grand Floridian Resort
Hollywood Studios
Magic Kingdom
Old Key West Resort
Polynesian Village Resort
Pop Century Resort
Port Orleans French Quarter & Riverside
Saratoga Springs Resort
Wilderness Lodge
Yacht & Beach Club

All-Star Resorts — Movies: 407-939-4091 / Music: 407-827-2253 / Sports: 407-939-7034

  • 6-inch $23 chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream or vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream available at food court
  • All other options same as BoardWalk Inn; place order via All-Stars at numbers above for delivery to food court or your room

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Animal Kingdom — 407-938-3243

  • Tusker House and Tiffins cakes come from Disney’s Hollywood Studios’ bakery. See Hollywood Studios for options, but call Animal Kingdom at 407-938-3243 to order.
  • Yak & Yeti offers only all-chocolate or all-vanilla cakes in 6 inches for $23, 8 inches for $35, 10 inches for $49, and 12 inches for $52
  • Cakes are not available elsewhere in Animal Kingdom

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Animal Kingdom Lodge* — 407-938-4720

  • 6-inch $23 chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream or vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream
  • 8-inch $40 custom vanilla or chocolate cake; filling is chocolate or vanilla buttercream, chocolate mousse, or custard with strawberries; frosting is vanilla or chocolate buttercream or whipped cream
  • 10-inch $54 custom cake, same options as 8-inch custom cake
  • Zebra Cake $42 (serves 8-10): Vanilla cake with chocolate mousse and light and dark chocolate ganache zebra stripes
  • Mickey Mouse Cake $54 (serves 10–12): Vanilla or chocolate Mickey head-shaped cake with chocolate mousse filling, covered in chocolate ganache; only customization is writing on plate
  • Fancy, fondant-covered cakes start at $75; additional flavors may be available. 5–7 days’ notice is required. Private dining may be able to pick up cakes made by other Disney resort bakeries.

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Art of Animation Resort* — 407-938-3686

  • 6-inch $23 chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream or vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream available at food court
  • All other options same as Yacht & Beach Club; place order through Art of Animation at 407-938-3686 for delivery to food court or your room

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Bay Lake Tower* — 407-824-2955 or WDW.Contemporary.Cake.Order@disney.com

See Contemporary Resort for options.

Beach Club Resort* — 407-934-3105

See Yacht & Beach Club for options.

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BoardWalk Inn* — 407-939-5175

  • 6-inch $23 chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream or vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream
  • 8-inch $40 vanilla cake with white chocolate filling and frosting or chocolate cake with dark chocolate filling and frosting
  • 10-inch $54 chocolate, vanilla, or marble cake; filling is vanilla or chocolate buttercream, white or dark chocolate mousse, strawberry mousse or raspberry mousse; frosting is vanilla or chocolate buttercream or whipped cream
  • Screen print costs $30
  • Mickey Mouse Cake $54 (serves 10–12): Vanilla or chocolate Mickey head-shaped cake with chocolate mousse filling, covered in chocolate ganache; only customization is writing on plate
  • Mini cakes are two tiers and serve 2. They are usually covered in buttercream, though fondant can be requested, and not all standard cake flavors may be available; prices start around $35
  • Fancy, fondant-covered cakes start at $75; additional flavors may be available

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Caribbean Beach* — 407-934-3787

Place order through Caribbean Beach by calling 407-934-3787. See BoardWalk Inn for options. Cake can be delivered to room or to restaurant.

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Contemporary Resort* — 407-824-2955 or WDW.Contemporary.Cake.Order@disney.com

  • 6-inch $23 chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream or vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream
  • 8-inch $40, same options
  • Screen print costs $15–$30
  • 10-inch $54 chocolate, vanilla, or marble cake; filling is vanilla or chocolate buttercream, white or dark chocolate mousse or fruit mousse; frosting is vanilla or chocolate buttercream or whipped cream
  • Mickey Mouse Cake $54 (serves 10–12): Vanilla or chocolate Mickey head-shaped cake with chocolate mousse filling, covered in chocolate ganache; only customization is writing on plate
  • White chocolate Cinderella slipper dessert costs $15
  • Mini cakes are two tiers and serve 2. They are usually covered in buttercream, though fondant can be requested, and not all standard cake flavors may be available; prices start around $35
  • Fancy, fondant-covered cakes start at $75; additional flavors may be available

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Coronado Springs — 407-827-2253

Cake flavors are chocolate with chocolate mousse, strawberry shortcake, carrot cake (with 72 hours’ notice), mixed berry, and Oreo cookie. Cake sizes are

  • 4-person $20 square cake
  • 5–8-person $30 rectangular cake
  • 10-person $40 round cake
  • 12–16-person $50 rectangular cake

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Disney Springs

There are no Disney-owned restaurants at Disney Springs, so you cannot order a Disney-made cake to be delivered there. There are several options for picking up cakes, cupcakes and other sweet treats:

Alternatively, you may contact each restaurant individually to see if it offers any kind of special dessert or cake. Here are options at some of the most popular restaurants:

The Boathouse — Cakes not available.

Fulton’s Crab House — 407-934-2628

Only option is an all-chocolate cake that feeds 8 people for $49. No fancy, fondant-covered cakes and no screen prints, but they can write on the cake.  At least 48 hours’ notice required. No cake-cutting fee if you bring your own cake.

Portobello — 407-934-8888

No fancy, fondant-covered cakes and no screen prints, but they can write on the cake.

  • Cake flavors: Yellow, chocolate, marble
  • Filling flavors: Chocolate, vanilla, strawberry
  • Frosting flavors: Whipped cream, vanilla buttercream, chocolate buttercream
  • 9-inch cake: $45, serves 4–8
  • Half sheet cake: $85, serves 16–25
  • Full sheet cake: $150, serves 24–54
  • Chocolate Paradiso Cake: All-chocolate cake; $65, feeds 8–16

Raglan Road — 407-938-0300

Cakes come in two sizes: 10-inch round (12 slices) or half sheet cake (12″ x 16″, 25-30 slices). 48 hours’ to 1 week’s notice required. No fancy fondant cakes and no screen prints.

  • Layered Baileys & Chocolate cake: Layers of chocolate sponge, chocolate mousse and chocolate buttercream covered in a chocolate mirror icing. $65 for 10-inch round, $110 for half sheet cake.
  • Dunbrody Chocolate Kiss: Chocolate mousse cake with a chocolate biscuit based covered in a dark chocolate ganache. $60 for 10-inch round, $100 for half sheet cake.
  • Victoria Sponge Cake: Classic sponge cake with fresh strawberries and Chantilly cream. $55 for 10-inch round, $95 for half sheet cake.
  • Wild Berry Pavlova Cake: Triple-layered meringue with wild berries, fruit compote and fresh whipped cream. $45 for 10-inch round, $75 for half sheet cake.
  • Arctic Roll: Vanilla ice cream wrapped in chocolate sponge covered in toasted meringue. $55 for 10-inch round, $95 for half sheet cake.

Wolfgang Puck — 407-938-9653

No fancy, fondant-covered cakes and no screen prints, but they can write on the cake. 48-hours’ notice required.

  • Cake flavors: Carrot, yellow, chocolate, marble
  • Filling flavors: Chocolate, strawberry
  • Frosting flavors: Whipped cream, cream cheese, chocolate ganache, meringue
  • 8-inch cake: $35, serves 4–8
  • 10-inch round: $48, serves 8–12
  • Half sheet cake: $75, serves 16–25
  • Full sheet cake: $150, serves 24–54

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Epcot* — 407-560-6395

The following information is only for restaurants in the Canada, UK, America, Germany and Norway pavilions, plus Future World. All other Epcot restaurants are supplied by outside vendors (details on these are listed below, under “Epcot Restaurants Serviced by Outside Vendors.”)

  • 6-inch $23 chocolate cake with chocolate frosting or vanilla cake with vanilla frosting; no personalization
  • 8-inch $40 chocolate cake with chocolate mousse filling and chocolate frosting or vanilla cake with white chocolate mousse filling and vanilla frosting; personalization and character screen prints available
  • 10-inch $54 cake, same options as 8-inch
  • Mickey Mouse Cake $54 (serves 10–12): Vanilla or chocolate Mickey head-shaped cake with chocolate mousse filling, covered in chocolate ganache; only customization is writing on plate
  • Fancy, fondant-covered cakes start at $62 for an 8-inch cake. Available cake flavors are chocolate, vanilla, marble and red velvet. Available filling flavors are vanilla buttercream, chocolate buttercream, dark chocolate mousse, white chocolate mousse, fruit mousse (strawberry). Available frosting flavors are vanilla buttercream, chocolate buttercream, whipped cream, dark chocolate ganache and white chocolate ganache.

White Chocolate Figures Available for $25 Each:

  • Belle
  • Cinderella
  • Snow White
  • Tinkerbell
  • Minnie
  • Mickey
  • Donald
  • Goofy
  • Stitch

Again, Epcot’s Food and Beverage department only services restaurants in the Canada, UK, America, Germany and Norway pavilions, plus Future World. Standard cake options at Epcot restaurants supplied by an outside vendor are detailed below. If you don’t see the restaurant you are looking for, that means it’s serviced by Epcot and the information above applies.

Epcot Restaurants Serviced by Outside Vendors

Bistro de Paris & Chefs de France — 407-827-5032, ext. 110

  • 6-inch $23 cake in any combination of chocolate and/or vanilla; frosting is buttercream.
  • No 8-inch cakes
  • 10-inch $54 cake with same options as 6-inch
  • $2 charge for character or custom screen print of photo you submit

Nine Dragons — 407-827-8781, ext. 14

  • 6-inch $23 cake in any combination of chocolate and/or vanilla
  • 8-inch $32 cake, same options
  • 10-inch $45 cake, same options
  • No charge for inscription or character screen print

Restaurant Marrakesh — 407-827-5322, ext. 16

  • 6-inch $23 cake in all-chocolate or all-vanilla
  • No 8-inch or 10-inch cakes
  • 12-inch $48 cake, same options as 6-inch

San Angel Inn & La Hacienda de San Angel — 407-842-1107

  • 6-inch $21 cake in all-chocolate or all-vanilla
  • 8-inch $32 cake, same options
  • 10-inch $45 cake, same options
  • No charge for inscription or character screen print

Teppan Edo & Tokyo Dining — 407-827-8773

  • 6-inch $23 cake in any combination of chocolate and/or vanilla
  • 8-inch $35 cake, same options
  • 10-inch $49 cake, same options
  • $5 charge for inscription or character screen print

Tutto Italia & Via Napoli — 407-560-8040

  • 6-inch $23 cake in all-chocolate or all-vanilla
  • 8-inch $32 cake in tiramisu, chocolate mousse or strawberry shortcake
  • 10-inch $45 cake, same options as 8-inch
  • Larger cakes: $10/person
  • No screen prints available

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Fort Wilderness Resort* — 407-824-2090

  • Basic buttercream-covered mini cakes start at $35. For fondant, see below.
  • 6-inch $23 chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream or vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream
  • No 8-inch cakes
  • 10-inch $54 chocolate, yellow, or marble cake; filling is chocolate or vanilla buttercream, chocolate mousse, or raspberry; frosting is vanilla or chocolate buttercream, whipped cream, or chocolate ganache
  • Mickey Mouse Cake $54 (serves 10–12): Vanilla or chocolate Mickey head-shaped cake with chocolate mousse filling, covered in chocolate ganache; only customization is writing on plate
  • Fancy, fondant-covered cakes and mini cakes can be ordered at the number above but are made by the pastry team at the Contemporary; prices start at $75 for 6-inch cakes and $35 for two-tier mini cakes, which serve 2

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Grand Floridian Resort* — 407-824-1951

  • 6-inch $23 chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream or vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream ($28 at Victoria & Albert’s; flavors same as 8-inch cake)
  • 8-inch $40 vanilla cake with white chocolate filling and frosting or chocolate cake with dark chocolate filling and frosting ($35 at Victoria & Albert’s)
  • 10-inch $54 chocolate, vanilla, or marble cake; filling is vanilla or chocolate buttercream, white or dark chocolate mousse, custard with strawberries, strawberry mousse or raspberry mousse; frosting is vanilla or chocolate buttercream, white or dark chocolate ganache or whipped cream
  • Mickey Mouse Cake $54 (serves 10–12): Vanilla or chocolate Mickey head-shaped cake with chocolate mousse filling, covered in chocolate ganache; only customization is writing on plate
  • Mini cake with white chocolate castle topper comes in chocolate cake with dark chocolate mousse, yellow cake with white chocolate mousse or cheesecake for $30; other styles of one- and two-tier mini cakes are available at $35 and up and serve two
  • White chocolate Cinderella slipper dessert costs $15
  • Fancy, fondant-covered cakes start at $75; additional flavors are available

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Hollywood Studios — 407-827-2253

  • 6-inch $23 chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream or vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream
  • 8-inch $40 vanilla, chocolate or marble cake; filling is white or dark chocolate mousse, vanilla or chocolate buttercream, or strawberry filling; frosting is vanilla or chocolate buttercream or whipped cream
  • 10-inch $54, same options as 8-inch
  • Screen prints and inscriptions are available for cakes 8 inches or larger for $15
  • Mickey Mouse Cake $54 (serves 10–12): Vanilla or chocolate Mickey head-shaped cake with chocolate mousse filling, covered in chocolate ganache; only customization is writing on plate
  • It may be possible to get a fancy, fondant-covered cake by calling the Brown Derby’s Group Reservations line at 407-560-5377.

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Magic Kingdom* — 407-827-2253 or magickingdomcakes@disney.com

  • 6-inch $23 chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream or vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream
  • 8-inch $40, same options
  • Screen print costs $15–$30
  • 10-inch $54 chocolate, vanilla, or marble cake with vanilla or chocolate buttercream
  • Mickey Mouse Cake $54 (serves 12): Vanilla or chocolate Mickey head-shaped cake with chocolate mousse filling, covered in chocolate ganache; only customization is writing on plate
  • White chocolate Cinderella slipper dessert costs $15 and can only be served at Cinderella’s Royal Table
  • Fancy, fondant-covered cakes and start at $75 for 6-inch cakes.
  • Mini-cakes cost $35 and serve 1–2. Options are chocolate or vanilla cake (red velvet available for $5 more), with chocolate or vanilla buttercream frosting. Filling choices are chocolate or vanilla buttercream, dark chocolate mousse, or white chocolate mousse. Standard decoration choices are Mickey ears, Princess Minnie ears or flowers, and they can do inscriptions of up to four words.

 

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Old Key West* — 407-827-1818

Place order through Old Key West by calling 407-827-1818. See BoardWalk Inn for options. Cake can be delivered to room or to restaurant.

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Polynesian Village Resort* — 407-824-2165

  • 6-inch $23 chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream or vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream
  • 8-inch $40, same options
  • 10-inch $54 vanilla, chocolate or marble cake; filling is white or dark chocolate mousse, vanilla or chocolate buttercream, or custard with strawberries; frosting is vanilla or chocolate buttercream or whipped cream
  • Mickey Mouse Cake $54 (serves 10–12): Vanilla or chocolate Mickey head-shaped cake with chocolate mousse filling, covered in chocolate ganache; only customization is writing on plate
  • Fancy, fondant-covered cakes and mini cakes may be ordered by calling Private Dining at the Grand Floridian: 407-824-1951; prices start at $75 for 6-inch cakes and $35 for two-tier mini cakes, which serve 2

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Pop Century Resort* — 407-938-3070

  • 6-inch $23 chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream or vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream available at food court
  • All other options same as BoardWalk Inn; place order through Pop Century at 407-938-4590 for delivery to food court or your room

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Port Orleans French Quarter & Riverside* — 407-934-5822

Place order through Port Orleans at 407-934-5822 and pick up cake at food court or restaurant. See BoardWalk Inn for options.

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Saratoga Springs Resort* — 407-827-4005

Place order through Saratoga Springs at 407-827-4005 and pick up cake at The Artist’s Palette. See BoardWalk Inn for options.

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Wilderness Lodge* — 407-824-2090

  • Basic buttercream-covered mini cakes start at $35. For fondant, see below.
  • 6-inch $23 chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream or vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream
  • No 8-inch cakes
  • 10-inch $54 chocolate, yellow, or marble cake; filling is chocolate or vanilla buttercream, chocolate mousse, or raspberry; frosting is vanilla or chocolate buttercream, whipped cream, or chocolate ganache
  • Mickey Mouse Cake $54 (serves 10–12): Vanilla or chocolate Mickey head-shaped cake with chocolate mousse filling, covered in chocolate ganache; only customization is writing on plate
  • Fancy, fondant-covered cakes and mini cakes can be ordered at the number above but are made by the pastry team at the Contemporary; prices start at $75 for 6-inch cakes and $35 for two-tier mini cakes, which serve 2

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Yacht & Beach Club* — 407-934-3105

  • 6-inch $23 chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream or vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream
  • 8-inch $40 vanilla or chocolate cake with white chocolate or dark chocolate filling and frosting
  • 10-inch $54 chocolate, vanilla, or marble cake; filling is vanilla or chocolate buttercream, white or dark chocolate mousse or fruit mousse; frosting is vanilla or chocolate buttercream, chocolate ganache or whipped cream
  • Mickey Mouse Cake $54 (serves 10–12): Vanilla or chocolate Mickey head-shaped cake with chocolate mousse filling, covered in chocolate ganache; only customization is writing on plate
  • Mini cakes are two tiers and serve 2. They are usually covered in buttercream, though fondant can be requested, and not all standard cake flavors may be available; prices start around $35
  • Fancy, fondant-covered cakes start at $75; additional flavors may be available

*Fancy, fondant-covered cakes available

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179 Responses
  • Mayra
    January 9, 2015

    Hello, we are traveling to Disney in june, My daughter and her cousin turn 15 at that time, will take them to dinner at T-Rex restaurant at Downtown Disney to celebrate. What options do we have if we want to order a fancy cake to be at the restaurant the nite of birthday’s. Is it possible to coordinate a delivery?

    I will appreciate all your help. Thank you very much!

    • Carrie
      January 11, 2015

      Hi Mayra! T-Rex does not offer custom cakes. Your best bet is to contact a local bakery and have them meet you to deliver the cake. I know It’s Tasty Too does this at Disney a lot. Other potential options are Anna Cakes, Bake Me a Cake, Sprinkles Cakes, and Party Flavors.

  • Hello
    January 21, 2015

    I would like to order a cake from the Wishes collection for a rehearsal dinner at the Shades of Green. We are having the wedding in the Wedding Pavillion, and the reception at the Grand Floridian. Can you help us figure out how to get this cake. I have a picture of it. Thanks. Linda

    • Carrie
      January 23, 2015

      Hi Linda! The Disney pastry teams don’t normally deliver to Shades of Green. For example, brides who get married there usually work with a local bakery like It’s Tasty Too or Party Flavors to have a cake delivered. They could attempt to re-create the cake in your photo. However, it’s worth asking your wedding planner if s/he can help you get the Grand Floridian to make a cake and deliver it to SOG or even leave it for you at one of the GF’s restaurants for pickup. They might be able to make a little pixie dust even though this is not protocol.

  • Louise
    January 29, 2015

    We are going to Planet Hollywood on my husband birthday , can I arrange to have a cake delivered there for us or does it have to go to our room at Animal Kingdon. Thanks for your help. How would I get balloons delivered too.

    • Carrie
      January 29, 2015

      Hi Louise! Disney doesn’t deliver cakes to Planet Hollywood, and there is only a small chance that the restaurant itself can provide you one. You might try calling them, though. To get a Disney cake you’d need to order it for your room by calling Private Dining at Animal Kingdom Lodge. The Disney Florist will deliver balloons: 407-939-4438

  • Cara Moffett
    February 24, 2015

    Hi, we are staying at a timeshare in July that is very close to WDW. We would like to order our son a 4th birthday cake with Mickey Mouse, preferably one of the cute ones for kids with several layers/tiers. He has a food allergy to all nuts. Where can I order a cake that is safe for this occasion and not too far a drive to pick it up or pay for delivery? We are going to MK one day, but I don’t want to try to take the cake back with us for his bday celebration.

    • Carrie
      February 24, 2015

      That’s a tricky one. Even Erin McKenna’s Bakery (formerly Babycakes) at Downtown Disney can’t guarantee its products are completely nut-free, but it seems like they come close: http://babycakesnyc.com/our-ingredients/. I would just Google for allergy free cakes in Orlando and see if any of the local pastry shops/wedding cake bakers can guarantee a 100% nut-free cake.

  • Cindee
    March 1, 2015

    My daughter is in the Disney College Intern Program. Is it possible to get a cake delivered to her dorm?
    Thanks!

    • Carrie
      March 2, 2015

      Hi Cindee! The Disney resort pastry teams only deliver to resorts or theme parks. You could check out a local independent bakery like It’s Tasty Too, Sprinkles, Party Flavors, Anna Cakes or Bake Me a Cake. I know some of them deliver!

  • Lindsey
    December 31, 2015

    Hi, we are going to Disney for my 18th birthday and are eating at the Be Our Guest restaurant in Magic Kingdom the night of the birthday. Is there any way that we could order a custom cake from the Disney Floral and Gifts website and have it delivered to the restaurant for our dinner? If not, what other options do we have? I appreciate all of your help! Thanks!

    • Carrie
      December 31, 2015

      Hi Lindsey! You’d actually order that cake from the Magic Kingdom Cake Order Line, and it will be waiting for you at Be Our Guest. The phone number and email are listed on this page, under “Magic Kingdom.” Happy birthday in advance!

  • Dani Lawson
    January 5, 2016

    HI, I need to order a cake for my daughters Golden Birthday (turning 9 on the 9th) , for this coming Saturday January 9th 2016 for at the Tusker House. I have left a least a dozen plus messages on your cake hotline for someone to call me back. I have heard nothing. And seeing that our reservation is in 4 days and you need at least 3 day notice this is my last effort to get this done for her. How do I get a cake ordered and talk to an actual human? Can someone please get back to me. I have never had such a terrible time dealing with customer service. I want it safari themed with zebra and cheetah and lots of gold for her golden birthday theme and with Mini and Daisy on it! We are coming from UTAH just for her birthday . Their will be 9 of us. Our reservation is at 4:20 Check your messages. Please.

    • Carrie
      January 5, 2016

      Hi Dani! I do not work for Disney and this site is not affiliated with Disney in any way. I’m just a fan who has done a lot of research.

      That said, I did some digging, and it looks like there may be a problem with the Cake Hotline sending callers to Animal Kingdom to a dead voicemail that nobody checks. I was able to get the Walt Disney World operator to connect me with a real person at Tusker House who said she would pass your information along to someone named Cinnamon, who is the cake-ordering specialist there. I gave her all the specifics you listed in your comment, as well as your email address (hope that’s OK!), and she will contact you tomorrow when she gets into the office. They need to know what flavors you want and the size. They said that as long as they place the order tomorrow, you’ll get the cake OK on Saturday.

      If you would like to try speaking to her directly, you’ll need to call the WDW operator at 407-939-2273 and ask to be connected with the podium at Tusker House. Then explain to THAT person that you’re trying to get ahold of Cinnamon. Pretty complicated, eh?

  • Missy
    February 7, 2016

    How kind of you! Hope that all worked out.

    Thanks for the tips. I wanted to order a cake to be delivered. Unfortunately, I think we’ll order a grocery store variety.

    • Carrie
      February 7, 2016

      Disney’s grocery store-style aren’t terrible, at least. I mean, as they go, they taste pretty good! But it’s a drag you can’t get their custom cakes at all locations!

  • Deb
    February 13, 2016

    I’d like to order a cake for lunch at Tusker House. does anyone know if Disney will deliver the leftover cake to our resort or at least hold it at the restaurant until we’re leaving AK? thanks!

    • Carrie
      February 14, 2016

      Hi Deb! Disney won’t touch the cake again after they deliver it. It’s a health code violation for them to store a half-eaten cake in their kitchen, and they don’t offer any kind of delivery service. However, you could put it in a locker and it will be fine—they keep those rooms air conditioned. Alternatively (and what I recommend) you could order the cake for your Disney resort room so you don’t have to schlep it all over!

  • Theresa
    February 16, 2016

    I am going to the Hoop Dee Doo Review next month to celebrate daughters birthday. There is about 14 people my question is can I order a specialty cake?

    • Carrie
      February 17, 2016

      Sure! In fact, you actually have more options because you have so many people! Just contact the pastry team at the Contemporary Resort (info posted above).

  • Jenn
    February 18, 2016

    Hi, I’m going to Disney for my daughter and her best friends sweet 16 the end of March I was wondering if you can recommend a bakery that would deliver to Cinderella royal table, I called the cake hotline and they only recommend the resturant and I’m looking for something a little more special.
    Thanks!

    • Carrie
      February 18, 2016

      I’m sorry you were misinformed by whomever you spoke to at the Cake Hotline! The Contemporary Resort bakery makes all the fancy cakes for Cinderella’s Royal Table, but you need to work with the Magic Kingdom Cakes department to place an order. The contact information is shown above, in the Magic Kingdom section.

  • Ashley
    March 1, 2016

    Hi! I want to get my son a cake for his birthday(April 16) while we were there, should I order one for our reservations at ‘ohana the next day or from somewhere in magic kingdom?

    • Carrie
      March 1, 2016

      They make it pretty easy to order for the table-service restaurants in the Magic Kingdom now, via the email and phone number listed above. The only drag is that you’d have to carry around the leftovers or get a locker for them if you’re not going straight back to your resort — the restaurant won’t hold them.

  • Lindsay
    March 8, 2016

    Hi, For my daughter’s birthday I wanted to have an 8 inch marble cake delivered to Primetime Cafe, do they do that?

    • Carrie
      March 8, 2016

      Yes, you should have no problem with that! Call the number for Disney’s Hollywood Studios on this page.

  • Luzzy
    March 10, 2016

    If I order a cake for pickup at magic kingdom where to we pick it up? Also in Disneyland california a couple years ago we went and they had celebrate your birthday for a fee you got to see characters and they song happy birthday and we got a cake to decorate and eat. Do you have something similar somewhere in disney world?

    • Carrie
      March 11, 2016

      Hi! Disney doesn’t offer custom cakes for pickup at Magic Kingdom. You need to be dining at one of the table-service restaurants. You could walk up to the podium of one of them and just ask for the pre-made 6-inch Celebration cake. See Podium Cakes for more info. Disneyland discontinued “My Disneyland Birthday Party” at the Plaza Inn a few years ago, and Walt Disney World hasn’t had anything like that in at least 10 years. There is a “Perfectly Princess Tea Party” at the Grand Floridian and the “Pirates & Pals” Fireworks Cruise, which includes dessert. Otherwise, Disney is pretty good about making a big deal out of your birthday at the restaurants. Probably the most popular thing to do is order a special cake for a character meal like at Chef Mickey’s, and then sometimes the characters make a big deal out of your birthday with you.

  • Victoria
    March 20, 2016

    is it possible to make my own cake and bring it in the park to the restaurant for my dinner or is that not allowed

    • Carrie
      March 21, 2016

      Yes! The only thing you wouldn’t be able to do is have the restaurant store it in their fridge for you.

  • Christie
    March 29, 2016

    Hello, I will be visiting Disney World for my daughters 6th Birthday. We have reserved Dinner at Chef’s Mickeys on her actual birthday. Do you deliver cakes to that restaurant?

    • Carrie
      March 29, 2016

      Hi! I do not work for Disney, but yes, you can get a cake delivered to Chef Mickey’s. Use the phone number and email address listed above under “Contemporary Resort.”

  • Autotronic
    April 5, 2016

    Hey, just wanted to let you know something’s messed up with the formatting on this post/page – I had to view it in the Lynx browser (an oldschool 1990s text-only web browser) to be able to read anything. Otherwise the page just goes blank milliseconds after loading.

    • Carrie
      April 5, 2016

      Do you have an ad blocker installed on your new-school browser? Because apparently that can mess up the display for some users. The page is loading fine for me in IE, Chrome and Firefox.

  • Rachel
    April 12, 2016

    Can the 10 inch cakes at the Poly be personalized in any way?

    • Carrie
      April 12, 2016

      Yes! But if you want something more than a supermarket-looking cake or a Mickey head cake, you’ll need to call Grand Floridian Private Dining (number is on this page) and work with them on a cake for delivery to the Poly.

  • Bethany
    April 18, 2016

    Will be celebrating a Birthday at Walt Disney World on August 10th and will be having Dinner at the Disney Princess hall that night was wondering if there was anyway we could have a Cake delivered there and how i go about ordering..

    • Carrie
      April 18, 2016

      Hi Bethany! I’m not sure which restaurant you mean… Is it Akershus in Epcot? Or Cinderella’s Royal Table in Magic Kingdom? Either way, just look for the name of the theme park on this page and you will see the phone number to call for placing an order.

  • Kat M
    April 18, 2016

    Hi! I’m just making sure I understand things correctly… I’m going to WDW in mid May and need three separate cakes (two for birthdays and one for graduation).
    We will be dining at Teppan Edo the first night and that is where we will be celebrating my birthday. I was wondering if it was possible to get an inscription and screen print on a 6 in cake? Or is it just an OR thing?
    The next day we will be dining at Cinderella’s Royal Table for lunch. It’s my mom’s 60th that day and I would love to get her a mini cake and the rest of us all get the Cinderella’s Slipper Dessert (1 each). Is it possible to get mini cakes at Cinderella’s Royal Table? If not I have a back up plan.
    The next day we are having dinner at the Rainforest Café in Disney Springs. It is the day that we are celebrating my bff’s little sister’s graduation on her first ever trip to WDW. Does Disney deliver custom fondant cakes to the Rainforest Café in Disney Springs? If not then I’ll call Art of Animation (where we are staying) to get a custom fondant cake delivered to the room. And it would be the Yacht and Beach Club bakery that is making this cake, right?
    I just really appreciate you being willing to answer all these questions. You have no idea how much you are putting my mind at ease right now.
    Thank you!

    • Carrie
      April 18, 2016

      Hi Kat! The outside vendor that makes cakes for Teppan Edo can’t put a screen print on anything smaller than an 8-inch cake. Even an inscription may have to be on the cake plate for a 6-inch. It is possible to get mini cakes at CRT. The Magic Kingdom cake department will send you photos of their generic styles, but you can request something custom by sending them inspiration images. Disney does not deliver cakes to non-Disney-owned restaurants like Rain Forest Cafe. And as far as I know, Yacht & Beach Club still makes the custom cakes for AOA—just don’t call them directly or they’ll say they don’t deliver there. Hope this helps!

  • Stephanie
    April 25, 2016

    Wow! You are so helpful! I also left a message on the cake hotline for a cake at Sanaa and got no response. I then realized that I might be calling way too early and that was the reason I got no response. I plan to try again this week for our trip next week. I wonder if this is still an issue? I appreciate the info on the site!

    • Carrie
      April 25, 2016

      I would call the main number for AKL and ask to be transferred to Private Dining. You’re sure to get a live person that way, and they can take your order.

  • Christie
    April 28, 2016

    Hi! Do you happen to know if Disney restaurants are still offering the gluten free chocolate cakes? I called the hotline for the Grand Floridian and the woman said I had to use Erin McKenna’s bakery. I did that once years ago and did not like the cake so I’d rather just use Disney if it’s still available. I’m not sure if she was misinformed. Thanks!

    • Carrie
      April 28, 2016

      It seems like Disney is trying to get away from providing these and just funnels everyone to Erin McKenna’s. I know a Disney bride who kicked up a fuss — eventually the Grand Floridian pastry team agreed to make her wedding cake and it was amazing. But you may have a tough row to hoe trying to convince that middlewoman in GF Private Dining to get them to do this for you. Still, doesn’t hurt to try! Alternatively, I’d check with the Contemporary (if that makes sense with your plans) or Google around for another Orlando-area bakery that will deliver to WDW.

  • Katie
    April 30, 2016

    Hi! I would like to know if it’s possible to order a 8″ cake for a dinner at ABC Commissary?

    • Carrie
      April 30, 2016

      Yep! Just call the number on this page for Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

  • Erica
    June 2, 2016

    We have dinner reservations at Rose & Crown on my daughter’s actual 16th birthday. I would like to order a cake but not sure what to do. I would like it to indicate in some way that it is her 16th but don’t need anything super fancy. Should I order custom in advance or just ask for a cake on arrival? I could bring a “1” candle and “6” candle and that would be sufficient for us. I am just not sure what to do. Any information and advice you could provide would be most helpful. Thanks so much.

    • Carrie
      June 2, 2016

      If you don’t care what it looks like (it’ll look like this), are OK with either all-vanilla or all-chocolate, and it’s easy to bring the candles, asking for a cake at the podium will be the easiest solution. But if you want something customized (like with fondant or decor) you can work with Epcot’s pastry team. They’re not too hard to get ahold of via the number on this page, and they do great work.

  • Christina
    July 6, 2016

    I’m going to WDW in October 2016, for a special celebration trip – my mother’s birthday and to celebrate completion of her 3rd round of chemo (4 different types of breast cancer and metastatic bone cancer over the past 15 years), and my husband’s birthday. My mother wants to dine at La Hacienda de San Angel (which I know technically cannot accommodate custom cakes). However, if price is no object, do you think the Epcot’s team, or even the Grand Floridian or Boardwalk would be able to arrange transport of the cake to that location? I am literally willing to pay whatever it takes, and I figure if they can do it for a wedding, I’d hope they can also accommodate it for the right price?

    Any thoughts appreciated! Thank you =) (and yes, I plan on contacting disney as well to ask all these questions)

    • Carrie
      July 6, 2016

      Hi Christina! What a kind thing to do for your mom and husband! If you were doing a private event, like a dessert party, it would be very easy to have Epcot or even the GF deliver a cake. The trick with La Hacienda de San Angel is that it is owned and operated by an entirely different company, so Disney would not be able to bring anything into their kitchens for you. However, within the last year, someone was able to get a moderately customized cake there, so I think your best bet is to call the number for La Hacienda and explain that you want a really fancy, customized cake and see what they can do for you. Alternatively, if you are staying at a Disney-owned resort, you could just have the cake delivered to your room. Last resort, have it made by BoardWalk Bakery and pick it up to carry in. But that’s a lot of walking with a heavy cake!

      • Christina
        July 6, 2016

        Thank you for the speedy reply!

        We are staying at Saratoga so in room is definitely an option as well. I really was hoping for the wow factor of a surprise dessert at the restaurant since we will be sharing a studio at saratoga (no full kitchen area).

        Also we have breakfast reservations at Kona one of the days so I suppose an early dessert after brunch could also be a possibility…and I believe GF does the cakes for Poly area restaurants. I mean…its Disney, if you can’t have cake for breakfast in Disney, its not a vacation! =)

        I agree about Boardwalk. Pickup would be difficult as we aren’t renting a vehicle, and I myself have my own chronic illness that causes chronic pain so walking long distances quickly isn’t always feasible. (LOL….so many issues!!!)

        I’ll make some calls tomorrow to get a feel for things and see what they say. If they are willing to do anything special I’ll be sure to update you guys =)

        • Carrie
          July 7, 2016

          Awesome! Thank you!

  • Jaime
    July 22, 2016

    Hi I was wondering if you knew what number I would have to call to get a custom cake for my son’s birthday delivered to the Garden Grove in the Swan? Thank you so much!!!

  • Ann Browning
    July 25, 2016

    This may be off topic, but we will be at Disney, dining at the Cape May at the Beach Club for my husband’s birthday. He is not a cake fan, but LOVES pie – especially fruit pie – especially apple. Do you know if there is any where at Disney that makes pies, and if so they deliver. If they do not, I’d be happy to pick it up. Thanks!

    • Carrie
      July 25, 2016

      Hi Ann! I have never heard of any of the resort pastry teams making a pie to order, but I would definitely call the number for Beach Club on this page and ask. Otherwise, you might be able to get one at the nearby market (Goodings?) or Publix. Or you might be able to find an Orlando-area pie shop that would deliver. Even if they don’t deliver, a service like Postmates could bring it to you.

  • patty
    July 30, 2016

    hello,
    we will be staying at the grand floridan and celebrating my granddaughters 8th birthday I understand the characters cant deliver the cakes, but can they at least sing happy birthday ?

    • Carrie
      August 1, 2016

      Unfortunately, the characters do not speak; they only pantomime. You might be able to have your server incite other diners to sing it, if you talk to them about it.

  • Chris
    September 7, 2016

    Hi,

    Have you got any idea how I can call from the UK. The normal 407 827 2253 number doesn’t seem to work.

    Your help would be much luck appreciated.

    Chris

    • Carrie
      September 7, 2016

      Hi Chris! From the UK, you need to add the international code (00) and the US code (1), so try 00 1 407 827 2253. And let me know if I can be of any assistance!

      • Chris
        September 8, 2016

        Thank you.

        Unfortunately the number seems to be barred on my phone. Do you know if they have an email address at all??

        • Carrie
          September 8, 2016

          Oh no! The only pastry team you can contact via email is the Contemporary’s (see above), which services that resort, Fort Wilderness, Wilderness Lodge and Magic Kingdom. Where do you need the cake delivered?

          • Chris
            September 9, 2016

            Hi.

            I need to delivered to Be Our Guest.

            Do they do ones with pictures on?

            Thanks

            • Carrie
              September 9, 2016

              Yes, if you order an 8-inch cake or larger, they can put a screen print on it.

  • Alison Glover
    September 19, 2016

    HI
    I want to order a cake for my 21 year old for next month. We are staying at the Caribbean Resort but eating lunch at the Boat House. They have said we can bring our own cake but I am having trouble finding where I can get one made. I would like Chip and Dale on it. We only arrive from New Zealand the day before so I dont have the lead in time unless I can order it now and pay for it. Can you help I have tried the Disney line but all they could offer me was the 6″ cake the restaurants serve and I really want it customized.

    • Carrie
      September 19, 2016

      Hi Alison! You can have a custom cake delivered to your resort by calling the number posted above (407-934-3787). They will take your order and submit it to BoardWalk Bakery, who makes their cakes. You cannot place the order directly with BoardWalk Bakery. Here is a post someone made last week who got a custom mini cake delivered to Caribbean Beach.

  • Karen
    September 20, 2016

    Hi, I am celebrating two birthdays when we go to Disney. One will be at the Whispering Canyons restaurant and I know we can get a fancy fondant cake from the contemporary bakery. The second is at the Tusker house. I want the same level of cake, but can I get fancy fondant cake there? I saw posted somewhere that the Brown Derby may be able to? Please help! I need these cakes to be similar in their decorations so one boy isn’t disappointed on his birthday.

    • Carrie
      September 20, 2016

      Unfortunately, Animal Kingdom’s bakery is not up to the task of fancy fondant cakes. The Brown Derby is sometimes able to help out at Hollywood Studios, but not at Animal Kingdom. Which resort are you staying at? You can have a fancy cake delivered to your room at most Disney resorts. Alternatively, you could take the shuttle to Animal Kingdom Lodge and have the cake delivered at one of the restaurants there. The pastry team isn’t quite as flexible as at the Contemporary, but they can do fondant.

      • Karen
        September 28, 2016

        I called the Animal Kingdom cake order line and they can do fondant cakes!! They can do a fondant icing on the cake or buttercream if I prefer, a character standee and fondant embellishments! I emailed photos to Heather and they are able to do it for delivery at the Tusker house. We decided on buttercream frosting because fondant added $20 to the price of the cake, but I think my 8 yr old will like the taste of buttercream better anyway. I’ll send a photo when we return. The second cake is going to be similar made by the contemporary bakery for Whispering Canyon Cafe, so I’ll send that photo too and you can see the difference with the two.

        • Carrie
          September 28, 2016

          Ooh! Can you share the number you called and the email they gave you? Just a few months ago I went through a MAJOR runaround with Animal Kingdom trying to help a UK visitor get a fondant cake. It eventually happened, but it was all so convoluted—it’s great to know they’re getting their act together!

  • Amy
    September 24, 2016

    While on vacation in October we will be celebrating my parents 40th wedding anniversary, are customized cakes available at the Kona Café?

    • Carrie
      September 27, 2016

      Yes, you would just need to contact Grand Floridian Private Dining at the number listed above.

  • tri
    September 24, 2016

    Hi, is it possible to order a no added sugar or less sweet cake for diabetes?

    • Carrie
      September 27, 2016

      Disney does not offer this. You could try contacting Erin McKenna’s Bakery, but I believe they use sugar as well: fl@erinmckennasbakery.com or 855-462-2292

  • Deb
    September 27, 2016

    Hi Carrie! I contacted wdw.contemporary.cake.order and they responded with instructions to call the Contemporary Cake Line, which I did on Friday morning 9/23, but no return call. Then again on Monday 9/26 since I hadn’t heard back from anyone and their voicemail message says someone will return your call within 24 hours, but again no return call. I just e-mailed Brian again because I need the cake for October 5th, but no response. I’m starting to worry that they will not be able to fulfill my order because they haven’t gotten back to me. (I was hoping for a custom cake with an Eiffel Tower theme.) Any other suggestions as to how else to reach them? Thanks!

    • Carrie
      September 27, 2016

      Hi Deb! I believe Chef Brian has Mondays and Tuesdays off. If you don’t hear back by EOD Wednesday, call the main number for the Contemporary the next morning and ask to be transferred to Private Dining. Explain to them what you’ve told me, and they’ll be sure one of the pastry chefs gets in touch with you.

      • Deb
        September 27, 2016

        Thank you!!!

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