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Amazing Cakes Offered at Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings

Korri McFann

by , Brand Steward for Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings & Honeymoons/Custom Celebrations

We get questions all the time about what sort of wedding cake options we offer at Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings. Disney-themed wedding cakes can come in a variety of styles, from classic to whimsical. These cakes fit many tastes, but one thing is guaranteed, they taste as good as they look!

The Mad Hatter Cake comes in a variety of color combinations, to add a touch of whimsical to a wedding, or as part of a Mad Hatter Tea Party Brunch! With Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland” coming out next March, we can’t wait to see how brides decide to customize this cake!

Mad Hatter Cake

More traditional brides can take their fairy tale to new heights with the Castle Cake, a 6 tier cake complete with an edible replica of Cinderella Castle on top. This is a cake fit for a princess, and large enough to feed her prince and entire royal court!

Castle Cake

What about you, what type of wedding cake did you have at your wedding? Or for brides to be, what sort of cake are you planning on having?

Comments

  • I had my cake made by Satin Slices. It was amazing as well. But I did not even think of getting married at Disney!! My sister gets married in a year, could you look at the website and tell us if you do that style of cake as well? Thank you so much!!!

  • Wow, some great ideas here! I have definitely been considering a Disney Wedding, and I absolutely love the idea from the commentor Danieal above about getting the robes and then getting them monogrammed. That’s an awesome idea. I totally love that Mad Hatter cake, too. I’m vegan, but I imagine they would work with you on that.

  • I would love to, but how? Moderator(s), am I allowed to post a link to photobucket or some other free picture hosting site?

    • Chris, we would love to see a picture or your cake! Feel free to share it with us on Twitter at http://Twitter.com/DisneyWeddings

  • Please, Chris… show us your cake!!!!

    The Font is called Waltograph UI. Thats a lot of Disney fonts out there but this one is the best.

    ºoº [Steffanie] My Best Wishes for you next may ºoº

  • I’m extra proud of our Cinderella-themed wedding cake because I actually designed it! Even made a model of it out of styrofoam to give the cake shop a visual idea of what I wanted. So while my bride was handling a lot of the other details, my job was the cake. = ) It had 3 tiers: the bottom tier had little Disney-esque magic sparkles (in icing) and I was able to find a Disneyland font online (I think it’s called Walt-ography or something) that I used to print the line “And They Lived Happily Ever After” which the cake shop was able to scan onto that edible rice paper. Then for the middle tier, we bought little bird decorations from Michaels that the cake shop sprayed blue and then they were placed on the top of the tier “hanging” a pink ribbon made of icing. And for the top, we did little–I believe they’re called Swiss Dots–in clusters of 3 that kinda looked like Hidden Mickeys and used the Lenox Cinderella cake topper that we got at Disneyana. It turned out great! Too bad I can’t post pictures on here (can I?) Oh, and then for favors, we bought a set of mini clear plastic high-heeled shoes (“glass slippers”), filled them with pink and blue M&M’s wrapped in tulle and tied off with ribbon we found online that had “Happily Ever After” written on it.

  • Hello! While my other half and myself only wished to have a Fairy Tale Wedding, sadly, our financial structure proved otherwise.

    No worries, though!

    We very, very happily celebrated our first year wedding anniversary at the Disneyland Resort!

    If you haven’t already done so, you MUST experience the in-room celebrations, and the complimentary turn bed turn down! Order robes in the gift basket, and get them embroidered on Main Street! It will certainly be an experience you will cherish forever!

    Also, we had a sweet heart dinner for two at the Blue Bayou. The service was impeccable, and the food amazing.

    And yes, while we could only stay one night, I chose the unsurpassed quality of Disney’s Grand Californian hotel to stay for the night.

    There is a wide array of things to do at the Disneyland Resort, for every budget.

    Oh, and in case you haven’t heard, the annual passes have monthly payment programs for as little as in and around $7.00 a month! So, anyone can enjoy the magic!

  • I was married at WDW in June and we had individual little cakes placed on a cake stand with a 6 inch cake on the top with the “Hidden Mickey” dots for the cake decorations and let me tell you -they were the best little cakes I have ever seen and tasted! It truly was wonderful!

  • We are getting married in Disney World next May and we’re planning on a simple cake with Classic Mickey heads all over it.

  • I have just write about Disney Weddings and Proposals (www.marciodisney.blogspot.com) and post a video about it.

    Those 2 cakes are amazing!!!!

    Great Post 🙂

  • Both are so beautiful. My best friend and I are single and we’ve decided that if we both still are at 50, we’re hoping to have a big party at Disney World and call it an un-wedding. That Mad Hatter cake would be too perfect! Maybe decorated in colors from our favorite themes: villains for her, pirates for me.

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