ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS !!!
Alot of people I know in the cake business add up what it cost to make it and the time they put into it and divide it by the serving. Usually it comes out anywhere from fifty cents to a dollar a serving.
Wow. Beautiful cake! Did you make the castle and carriage? Some people charge a set per serving amount (the average I've seen is $3/serving and that cake would feed about 118, using Wilton's serving guide) and then charge a flat fee for any decorations added.
Ya que rinde para 118 personas, yo lo darÃa en $295 + las decoraciones (castillo, zapato, carriage) si las tienes que comprar tÃº.
Que casualidad yo tengo que hacer un cake para este sÃ¡bado de Cinderella y eso era lo que querÃa la cliente. Gracias a Dios decidimos en uno mÃ¡s lindo y mÃ¡s fÃ¡cil de decorar. Si quieres te lo enseÃ±o el Lunes cuando pueda poner la foto. Si no la pongo envÃame un pm para recordarmelo.
Well I have spoken to the client and she wants it to be red, white and gold. she is going to be buying the figurines (castle and carriage) herself. I told her I will charge her $250. Do you think that is reasonable or too little? Since I know that someone here said charge her $295.
I think that is too little. Will $250 cover your costs and time and leave you with any profit? $295 is $2.50/serving. I wouldn't charge her less than that. And if she decides not to purchase the figurines herself, then tell her how much it will cost to make each one ON TOP of the $295. $295 is a great price! Don't sell yourself short!
I really wish I had seen this before you quoted a price. I would have charged alot more. That is going to take a lot of time to decorate with all of those flowers. Good luck.
I know, I should have posted a forum before I quoted her. But I just recieved an email and someone wants this cake for a baptism. Any suggestions on price before I mess up again lol
Does it have to be 118 servings? Could you do a smaller version? I can't imagine a baptism for 118 My son is being baptized next weekend. I'm making a tiered cake (6" and 8") and that will be just enough for everyone to have a big piece!