Sizing And Pricing

Business By HajraK Updated 6 Feb 2019 , 5:58pm by kakeladi

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HajraK Posted 20 Jan 2019 , 6:19am
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Hey friends,

So my client wants this cake and I plan to charge her $155 for a 2 layer 8” round on the bottom and 6” round on top. The thing is, I can’t tell if it’s a 3 layer 6” round or just 2. She wants it to serve 20 so I’m not sure should if should I leave it as a 2 layer 6” round on top or just keep it as 3.

Not sure how to best size this in terms of layers so I’m kind of unsure of the price. Help!

Sizing And Pricing

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sweetooth94 Posted 5 Feb 2019 , 10:36pm
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To me it looks like it's a double-layer cake on top and also on the bottom.  If it was 3 layers on top, it would be super tall.  Of course, it could be torted inside to be 3 shorter layers, but my guess is there are 2 cakes inside each tier.  

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Freckles0829 Posted 6 Feb 2019 , 1:01pm
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Well regardless if you use 3 layers or 2 that will not affect the serving size.  People will just get taller slices of cake.  I think it is just a double-layer cake.  The top and bottom tier really don't look any different height wise.  And like sweetooth said, even if there were 3 layers then they were most likely torted.

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kakeladi Posted 6 Feb 2019 , 5:58pm
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It’s 2layers so there will be more than enough servings

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