A brand new experience is debuting at Amorette’s Patisserie at Disney Springs where guests can learn the special art of cake decorating. This event begins on March 31 and reservations are available now on Fridays from 8:45am – 10:30am through May 5, 2017.
During the Cake Decorating Experience guests will sip complimentary specialty coffee, mimosas and bellinis while working next to the pros at Amorette’s Patisserie to decorate their very own Mickey Dome Cake. Guests will learn how to blend artistry and storytelling in cake design, starting with the elegant glaçage (or mirror glaze) and ending with the finishing touches such as edible chocolate sculpted ears, tail, belt and buttons.
Space is limited. Make your reservations now. Cost is $129 plus tax for ages 10 and up, for one to two guests working on a single cake. A second cake can be purchased for an additional $40. Reservations can be made by visiting DisneyWorld.com/dining.
Today we have an awesome new look at the inside creative process on the construction of Pandora – The World of Avatar from Walt Disney Imagineering. In this video, we see behind the brilliant minds who mastered the creation of this brand new land.
In the film AVATAR, the planet of Pandora featured an ecosystem all its own, with lush bioluminescent flora, precious fauna, and a culture of people who saw and respected the value of their precious planet. In order to create this new land for Disney’s Animal Kingdom, the project team approached bringing Pandora to life as if they were building a real world – unlike one anyone had experienced before – based on the world in the film.
“We’ve had this group sit down and try to understand what would Pandora really look like? How would it feel? What sounds would you hear if you were taking a nature trail along Pandora,” said Dr. Mark Penning Vice President, Animals, Science and Environment, Disney Parks.
In the video below, Walt Disney Imagineering shares how they worked with Animal Programs to create this expansive ecosystem unique to Pandora – The World of Avatar. The biologists and scientists of the park’s Animal Program had a big part on creating a real authentic land.