Business By KatyN Updated 10 Apr 2019 , 5:02am by kakeladi

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KatyN Posted 10 Apr 2019 , 2:45am
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Ok, another question.

When drawing up the invoice, do you write it as the cost per tier, then all extra items are Misc?

Or, do you try and calculate the cost of an item (like petal dust) by averaging the cost per slice and adding it into the baseline cost?

My bride was fine when I told her special items would be an extra cost - but how do you calculate the cost of something you may use again?  25% of what  you paid?


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kakeladi Posted 10 Apr 2019 , 5:02am
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Over all I think you’re better off just stating a total basic price then add on any special pricing — again in In one lump sum   Think about how you would feel getting  a bill that says something like this:  cake $5, icing $4, each flower $5 gold color $3.... & on & on :)   

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