Disney Wedding Cakes
Are you trying to decide whether you have the Disney projection mapping video cake? Perhaps you want the mad hatter wedding cake, or a standard three tier…
Alyssa modelled her wedding cake on the towering display cake at Franck's Bridal Studio at Walt Disney World. She even ordered a white chocolate castle cake topper from the same company that makes Disney's and had the band play the theme to Magic Kingdom's "Happily Ever After" fireworks—which doubled as an intro to their own fireworks viewing scheduled directly after the cake-cutting!
Gabby and Sean chose Trader Sam's for their wedding reception because they love the theming! Their wedding cake was Churro with Churro Crunch Mousse and Lemon Cake with Bavarian Cream and Fresh Raspberries. They customized a menu of all their favorite foods, including mini lobster club sandwiches!
Faith and Ian's August 2021 reception was moved from Atlantic Dance Hall to a Grand Floridian Convention center ballroom due to COVID restrictions at the time. But right before the big day, some of these lifted, allowing them to use the Whitehall Room and Patio for their reception!
Kris and Rudy's Disney-themed wedding cake by the Four Seasons Walt Disney World was strawberries and cream, which tasted like strawberry shortcake! They also offered guests chocolate cupcakes with a burnt-caramel center as favors to enjoy the next day—and they ended up being the thing guests are still raving about!
Phil and Steve splurged on a large cake for their small group because they wanted a showpiece. Both wedding cake flavors were Disney-inspired: There were two Dole Whip tiers, featuring Pineapple Cake with Passionfruit Mousse, plus a Grey Stuff tier featuring Marble Cake with Cookies 'n' Cream Mousse!
Jamie and Chris chose Germany Promenade at EPCOT for their reception because it was one of the few outdoor venues available when they decided to switch from an indoor venue due to Disney's COVID policies at the time. Their wedding cake was Almond cake with Apricot Jam and Yellow cake with The Grey Stuff!
Dani and Jadon chose to hold their reception at EPCOT's Italy Isola because they loved the views of Spaceship Earth and the Harmonious fireworks! Their cake was Churro with Churro Crunch Mousse, Almond with Amaretto Crunch Mousse, and French Toast with Maple White Chocolate Mousse.
Marissa and Michael chose Magic Kingdom's Storybook Circus for their wedding reception so they could incorporate elements from one of their favorite movies, The Greatest Showman! It also saved them money because they felt Storybook Circus needed very little décor, and it inspired their "upscale junk food" menu, including mac 'n' cheese cones, cheeseburger springs rolls, a poutine bar, and Champagne cotton candy! Their wedding cake featured colorful Mickey balloons and a Disney castle topper!
Because floral and décor were so important to Lily, she assembled a team of outside vendors and hired day-of coordinator @cathryne_martell to bring her Beauty and the Beast-inspired vision to life at the Grand Floridian's Whitehall Room. Not only did this allow her to realize her wedding vision, it also saved her money! Look at this beautiful Beauty and the Beast themed cake!
Lola and Bryan skipped the traditional reception or celebration and instead made a group reservation at Rainforest Cafe for the morning after their late-night Animal Kingdom ceremony. They were still able to have a cake-cutting by ordering a wedding cake via Private Dining at the Grand Floridian, and they saved enough money to be able to afford the Tree of Life's Awakenings projection show at their ceremony!
Because Tree of Life ceremonies must take place before or after park hours, Lola and Bryan had theirs at 10pm and then took everyone to brunch at Rainforest Cafe the following day—a break her guests appreciated! Check out this adorable Mickey and Minnie cake topper!
Kimberly chose GM Lounge above Test Track for her pre-COVID wedding reception because she wanted a uniquely Disney venue. She loved the floor-to-ceiling windows, view of Spaceship Earth, and the fact that the venue is a blank canvas for any wedding-day vision.