How To Properly Credit On A Collaboration?

Business By girlisrad Updated 12 Oct 2014 , 12:34pm by girlisrad

girlisrad Posted 12 Oct 2014 , 1:02am
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I am kitchen manager for a restaurant, and have made a 4 tier cake for their anniversary party. I asked my very talented friend to do the chocolate models for the cake. 
 

I have been asked to present the cake as my own "line" by the owners, but I need to know how to properly credit my friend for her models? Do I use the same placard? What is appropriate here?  This is an absolute first time situation for me! 

 

 

thanks in advance!

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johnson6ofus Posted 12 Oct 2014 , 2:53am
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How is "credit" being given? Magazine article? More hurt feelings by the bigger the missed "exposure".

 

If it is just a card in front of a cake being served, I would write:

 

Cake designed and made by You Girly, kitchen manager of ABC Restaurant

                         with special thanks to Friend Modeler for chocolate models

 

 

substituting appropriate names. I imagine this is advertising for "ABC restaurant" so they certainly want their restaurant and staff featured. 

 

 

 

*** edit--- alignment goofy when posted, but top line in larger font with your name and restaurant position, and smaller font lower line with special thanks...

girlisrad Posted 12 Oct 2014 , 12:34pm
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Excellent! Thank you so much!

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