Cake Pricing

Lounge By inakay Updated 16 Oct 2014 , 10:01am by inakay

inakay Posted 16 Oct 2014 , 3:30am
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AWhen doing an anniversary (tier) cake, do you charge based on wedding cake slices or party slices?

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kakeladi Posted 16 Oct 2014 , 4:37am
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Any tiered cake should be priced on wedding slices.   In fact, it really doesn't have to be a tiered cake.  If it is 4" (or more) tall, then it is served 1"x2"x4" - wedding slices.   If the customer wants to serve bigger slices, then they need to order (and pay!) for a larger cake. 

Say the customer want to serve 57 people *large* pieces - then they order a  cake that serves say 70 wedding servings. 

I had a customer who only wanted to serve something like 10 or 12 people but they were BIG! cake eaters so she ordered a 12"x4" round :)  If I remember right that serves something like 54 wedding servings.

inakay Posted 16 Oct 2014 , 10:01am
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AThank you so much.

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