I'm getting into making more sugar flower and pretty soon I wanna offer then to my brides. I know I will get better and faster with time but my question is how do most decorators price their flowers? I know each flower is different and some take tons of time and some don't. So do you just have a price per flower or do you charge by the hour? I'm learning to make peony and they are pretty time consuming so lets make that one an example. I have a bride who wants star gazer lilies in September and I will learn them but have no clue what to tell here for price.Would love some feed back on this one. Thanks!!!
I'd like some help on that as well Pricing for my cakes I'm pretty settled on, but making sugar flowers is a different thing all together and I'm just not sure how to price them
here is how i price mine. figure out what your supplies will cost you and decide what you want to be paid for an hourly rate. do a few flowers and see how long each one takes you. then price the flower based on the supplies used and your hourly rate. i price mine by the arrangement or per flower, depending on the design the customer is looking for.
I price mine per flower and each type of flower is priced differently depending on how complicated it is to make