Does anyone charge extra for decoration on cupcakes and cakes? I'm trying to work my pricing range out for various items.
Mini taste cupcakes- 1.00 each, 20.00 dozen, 1.25 with alcohol flavor
Classic cupcakes- 2.00 each, 25.00 dozen, 2.25 with alcohol flavor
Jumbo cupcakes- 2.75 each, 35.00 dozen, 3.00 with alcohol flavor
Cupcake in a cup- 4.00 each, 45.00 dozen, 4.25 with alcohol flavor
Does those sound pretty good or does it make it sound like i'm too cheap or expensive? I live in iowa so were not in the areas where its more of a higher price and everyone around this state (to my opinion and others) are penny pinchers.
Would love to hear feedback on this!
Why would a doz mini cupcakes cost me $20? I'll take 12 individuals for $1 each, please.
Oh and a doz classic for $2 each rather than the doz price too.
And I'll take the jumbos at the each price also.
oops, meant to put 12.00 my bad!
so you mean 12.00 for a dozen of mini taste cupcakes, 24.00 for 12 classic, 33.00 for jumbos?
What about decoration fees.
Hmmm......so what does cupcake prices have to do with decorations? And I agree that there must have been a mistake in the dozen price quotes. It just doesn't make any sense. sorry
I need opinions on my pricing range for my cupcake line!! Mini taste cupcakes- 1.00 each, 12.00 dozen, 1.25 with alcohol flavor Classic cupcakes 2.00 each, 24.00 dozen, 2.25 with alcohol flavor Jumbo cupcakes 2.75 each, 35.00 dozen, 3.00 with alcohol flavor Cupcake in a cup 4.00 each, 50.00 dozen, 4.25 with alcohol flavor Does it sound affordable? My cake flavors are more designer style instead of a store flavor
Well what i had meant is like some bakeries charge extra if theyre special ordered decorations and fondant cutouts etc. tryin to figure out my menu pricing...
your jumbo and cup doz prices are still wacky.
What's the advantage to selling a doz, if it's just the each price times 12?
Yes, I do charge more for decorations on the cupcake, just like I charge more for decoraions on a cake.
On my calculater 2.75 x 12 = 33 and 4 x 12 = 48. Why charge $2 more because it is a dozen? If you are rounding the price up to make it more of an 'even' number, then I'd leave out the individual cupcake price.
Actually I wouldn't even give out an individual cupcake price, unless you were an store front that sold them individually. Other wise I would only take orders for a doz or two doz cupcakes, not the inbetween numbers.
I agree with TexasSugar, I would only list prices for a dozen or more. I would just leave out individual prices.
okayk, so im not a store front business, im doing this from home. so i officially decided they have to order by dozen and texas i love your though on this so im goin to go with your route. and leah how much do you charge for decorations?