Vanilla, Double/Triple Chocolate, Strawberry, Lemon, White Almond, Butter/Yellow, Milk Chocolate,Red Velvet.
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Cakes are priced individually and can vary greatly depending on complexity of design and any specialty cake fillings or flavors chosen. There are many options to help you achieve the perfect cake that meets your taste, theme, and budget. Call me today to discuss design ideas and prices. I will be happy to provide a no obligation quote.
Caramel, Coconut, Pecan, Strawberry, Pineapple, Buttercream,Chocolate, Lemon/Lime Curd, Raspberry
Buttercream & Fondant Flavors
Buttered Rum, Cream Cheese, Chocolate, Lemon, Vanilla, Almond, Peanut Butter & Strawberry
On average my prices begin at $3.00 per serving. This price will increase depending on a few factors including cake, filling, and icing flavors, fondant or buttercream decorations, flowers, sculpted cakes, complexity of design, time required to complete the cake, etc. It is helpful to both of us that you are honest with regards to your budget and which design elements are must haves on your cake. Modifications can be made to make most cakes meet your needs. Please understand that just like yours, my time, experience, and talent are valuable. I will create a cake that you will be proud to serve at your event, but custom anything does cost more and my prices are not negotiable.
- Basic decorations/buttercream cake start at $3.00 per serving.
- Fondant decorated cakes start at $3.50 per serving.
- Cupcakes topped with buttercream/ no additional decorations start at $3.00 per cupcake.
- Fondant covered cupcakes start at $3.00 per cupcake.
- Cookie prices start at $3 per cookie.
This guide shows how to cut popular shaped wedding tiers into pieces approximately 1 in. x 2 in. by two layers high (about 4 in.). Even if a larger serving size is desired, the order of cutting is still the same. The first step in cutting is to remove the top tier, and then begin the cutting with the 2nd tier followed by the 3rd, 4th and so on. The top tier is usually saved for the first anniversary, so it is not calculated into the serving amount.
The number of servings listed are intended as a guide only and offer a small portion of wedding cake. If cake is the only dessert and/or portions larger than 1”x2” are served, then you will have less servings than the chart indicates.
Move in two inches from the tier's outer edge; cut straight across and then slice 1 in. pieces within the slice. Now move in another 2 in., cut another slice 1 in. pieces and so on until the tier is completely cut.
Move in 2 in. from the outer edge and cut across. Then slice 1 in. pieces of cake. Now move in another 2 in. and slice again until the entire tier is cut.
Wedding and Party Cake Cutting Guide