Cake Order Form

Business By AmyCakes2 Updated 26 Aug 2009 , 7:21pm by patticakesnc

AmyCakes2 Posted 25 Aug 2009 , 1:44am
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Hi - I know you all have helped out before with the wedding cake order forms - what about a regular cake order form??? I need something to "stir my thought process". If you are willing to attach a sample, that'd be great!!
TIA!!!

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patticakesnc Posted 25 Aug 2009 , 2:01am
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This is my normal cake order form. I use a different one for wedding cakes.


MY COMPANY NAME
Customer Name:
Phone Number:

♦ Event Date/Time/Location:  
♦Detailed description of the cake:


h  Cake Flavor     __________
h  Fillings       __________
h  Number of servings     __________
h  Number of tiers     N/A
h  Tier shape(s)     N/A
h  Icing type       __________
h  Decorations     __________
h  Topper      N/A

Additonal Notes: 15 Chocolate dipped strawberry topped cupcakes.

♦ Cost of cake :       $$$$$
♦Delivery and setup fees :     N/C
♦ Location for deliver :    
♦Any related items:      N/A
♦Additional vendor information:    N/A
♦ Total cost, including delivery :   $$$$$$
♦ Deposit amount :      
♦Payments to be made:    __________
♦ To whom checks should be made out:

sweet-thing Posted 25 Aug 2009 , 2:27am
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Thanks for sharing!

LaBellaFlor Posted 25 Aug 2009 , 2:56am
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If you type contracts in the search you will get SO much info. My contract is about 3 1/2 pages long. I would attach it, but I don't know how. My contract is for cutome cakes in general be it wedding or special occassion. And if your wondering why so long, you'ld be surprise whatcha gotta spell out for people (like leaving a SMBC covered cake outdoors in humid 88 degree weather and they want to know why it melted icon_confused.gif )

cylstrial Posted 26 Aug 2009 , 7:09pm
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Originally Posted by LaBellaFlor

And if your wondering why so long, you'ld be surprise whatcha gotta spell out for people (like leaving a SMBC covered cake outdoors in humid 88 degree weather and they want to know why it melted icon_confused.gif )




LOL! Yep, people are idiots. They know they've done something wrong, they just don't want to take the blame. So it's up to you to protect yourself.

patticakesnc Posted 26 Aug 2009 , 7:21pm
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Right but that is where I put in things in the notes section. Being a home baker I don't get walk in traffic so this is what I email to them to confirm and they send a signed copy back to me. This is just a simple version to keep it easy on what I am doing for the customer. An order form not a contract.

My contract I use for weddings is 3 pages long as well.

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