Originally Posted by Annabakescakes
2? When did people start doing it for the second birthday? How strange, but apparently lucrative :-D so it's all good!
A close friend did smash cakes every year for her daughters until they were about 13 or so. They were sheet cakes and they'd smash it in the face of the birthday person in the backyard (not hard), so i guess I never even thought about there being an issue that the cake was for a two year old.
Originally Posted by IAmPamCakes
So cute! I can't believe someone wanted a cake that cute to be smashed!
Thank you! :)
Originally Posted by ddaigle
OH wow!! Hahaha....I didn't even notice it was for a 2 year old. Hey..........everything is relative....when you have a gazillion dollars...$225 is pocked change. Very, very cute cake!!! Congrats on the order! You must have been a very happy camper. Oh...btw...what did the main cake look like?
They only ordered the smash cake. I did do the first birthday cake which was close to the same price, but not a sculpted cake. it was a knock off of one of Anne Heap's designs with a circus lion on top. I think for the second birthday they just had a family dinner.
Originally Posted by LKing12
If the clients order a cake for the party I offer a 3" one layer cake at no charge. Just butter cream and the number on the top of the smash cake. If they request any more details/decoration-that I charge for.
I do something similar - a 2 layer three inch buttercream with a big one for $15