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post #16 of 19
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Originally Posted by auntginn

I apologize, I kind of got off the question. What to charge for the cake. I charge the same for my doll cakes as I do for any other tierred cake. $2.50 per person for Pastry Pride (imitation whip cream) or $3.50 per person for fondant.



No need to apologize, but thank you for your pricig info.
post #17 of 19
How many servings does this cake feed?
post #18 of 19
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Originally Posted by Kiddiekakes View Post

I charge $45.00 for the skirt and if I add an extra 10 inch layer below for more servings..I charge $65.00

i know this is an old post, but I'm about to do my first doll cake and she wants a 10" for the bottom cake. the $65, is that your price with the doll included?

post #19 of 19

that's less than $2 a serving--for example two chocolate lava cakes from dominos pizza are five bucks-- so $2.50 per serving and they will neither be the centerpiece of an event nor become a sculptured cake requiring additional work time on your part-- so you are potentially underpricing by a long shot--

 

and for another thing--that post you quoted is seven years old-- so ka-ching ka-ching

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