Wedding Cake Agreement Form

Hello Rose, first of all, I would like to thank you for all the information is very useful. On the other hand, I need some advice on how to calculate for cakes and wedding cakes that my friends have to say I`m too cheap, but if I increase my prices, I probably lose the customer base, it also bothers me that sometimes I spend 8 hours working on a cake for little money, if other places ask a lot more and have more customers. I work well and very well (what people say) I have a Facebook page, “SWEET caramelo”, if you want to check and give me some stonation or advice would be very appreciated… Thank you, Rose! In your policy, you are not responsible for what happens after leaving the venue of the event? I just had a girl who asked for money for a cake. I have pictures of that before I leave. Thanks, T [] Takeaway boxes for residual cakes or top animal preservation [] for making payments, in what form and data are due Are you in layers of cake and columns and calculate only for them? Or are you asking for them? [] All related items (cake holders or cake servers) that must be delivered and rental fees, if any, my friends, is my policy and my method for writing wedding cake contracts. As long as I can remember, other cake decorators have asked me about the use, writing, execution of wedding cake contracts. And finally, after years of planning to publish it (because I`m sometimes a great slacker), I now share a generic nude cake contract and the guidelines I used when I use them. Here is our Microsoft Word cake/order contract form (.doc). You can save it to your hard drive, add your business information, change the cake flavors available and change all the conditions to fit your business. Make it your own! This form contains room to draw the cake and an information section on device deposits. [ ] Additional pro wedding information (florist, caterer, photographer) if necessary, I said “ideal” because it`s the only step I sometimes forget. I contacted some chicks with me and I said, “Hey, I forgot to send this last payment, and my wedding is this weekend…

When do I pay you? Oops! In this case, the answer is: “NOW” … Haha! [ ] Your name and contact information (address, phone and email) This is not a contract. It is a fact sheet. Contracts have details and consequences if things happen unexpectedly: fake cake delivered, fake cherry on cakes, accidents, refunds, etc. After that, if the details are not yet settled, the next step is to nail down the details. Normally, I already have an idea of the size and design of the cake, but before writing a contract, I must have peculiarities. But I`m one step ahead. On the contract, I need 50% of the balance due 6-8 weeks before the event, and the balance is due 2 weeks before the event. I learned the hard way to hunt money on the wedding day is a pain, so I refuse to do more. [ ] Delivery and furnishing costs (including how and when the cake is delivered) OR I`ve integrated the entire document here (again, it`s distorted in this format): I always try to make it very clear that I`m not working or delivering a wedding cake until I get paid in full – no exceptions.

Certainly, I tell the brides that changes can be made within a reasonable time before marriage. If they realize they have more or less guests than expected or suddenly see a different design or texture that they like, I`ll make the changes if I can (and adjust the price accordingly). First, I need a $100 “Save-the-Date” deposit to book a wedding cake. I usually get this down payment and then write the contract. Most of the time, I do it because writing the contract takes time and I don`t want to invest that time unless I`m sure I`ve landed the client. [ ] Detailed description of the cake on which you agreed: Why the 6-8 week window? If you book the cake 8 weeks before the wedding, I usually get immediately