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  • On Jan 11, 2016
    Brittney from GA Asked

    We will be celebrating our 12 year anniversary on April 3rd with our 2 children at Fulton's . How can I have a custom cake delivered for dinner? We already have our reservations. Thanks!

    Hi Brittney,

    Congratulations on your 12th wedding anniversary! We are very glad you'll be celebrating it at the Walt Disney World Resort!

    Normally I would direct you to the Disney Cake-Ordering Hotline. However, since they do not deliver specialty cakes to restaurants located at Disney Springs, your best bet is to contact Fulton's Crab House directly by calling (407) 934-2628. They will be able to customize an all-chocolate Celebration Cake that can feed up to 8 people for about $50. When you call, they will fill out a cake order form for you. Be prepared to provide some identifying information such as your name, address, phone number, the number of people in your party, the reservation number, and the date and time of the reservation. At least 72 hours' notice is required prior to arrival.

    Quick Tip: Did you know you could Customize Your Special Occasion? Choose from a plethora of magical options for making your anniversary an incredibly memorable celebration!

    I hope you enjoy a most unforgettable 12th wedding anniversary at the Walt Disney World Resort!

    Ritzy ºOº
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