What is a reasonable price for a 3 tier wedding cake? Just wanted some knowledge before we start asking about prices.
Depends how many servings, how much design there is required etc. You could have a 3 tier to feed 50, or 3 tiers to feed 200...
Im paying 295 for my 3 tier cake. We have diff flavour cake, filling and decoration for each tier. Xx
250 at most
I'm paying £180.. Depend on what design you want. The more hand detail you want and the longer it will take, the price will increase x
I'm paying £450 for mine 3 layers one of which is fruit. But that price is including delivery to venue and setting it up xx
I make cakes for a living and bakers usually price depending on flavours and design. Eg. Fruit cake is more expensive also if you wanted a lot of hand made flowers it would cost more. But ask around people price cakes different x
It depends on the quality of the supplier. Supermarkets you can get a cake for 2.25 per person. From a lower quality professional cake maker, you should expect to pay £3.50-5 per person. For a quality cake maker, £5 per person
We paid 350 for a 4 tier to feed 70. It was fully decorated too
Depends on where you live as well.
Top tip though; leave out the word ‘wedding’. That alone will save you £100 🤦🏼♀️🤣
I paid an about 275 feeds between 40-80 guests
I paid about 150 for 3 tier
£420 including delivery and set up. Will feed 80. With a cake as with a dress you pay for what you get! The Master Cakesmith in Northumberland is so creative and amazingly talented. We were happy to pay more for the cake because baking has always been a passion of mine and I grew up baking with my Nana. My Nana also contributed to the cost of the cake 🥰
I paid £220 for a 3 tier sponge cake, which we adored and thought was a really good price. Despite everyone's opinion fact is you always get what you pay for xx
I've been quoted £190 for a 3 tier to feed 130 people
We chose to have our cake done by a local girl who had recently started her business to help progress her portfolio so she did us a deal, we had a two tier wedding cake plus a 50 piece doughnut wall for £200, may be worth looking for someone local or someone who's recently started up and needs the business, we had masses of cake left mind! Also Mark's and Spencer's sell wedding cakes, I also looked at their brochure and their prices were reasonable.
We paid £475 for a 4 tier x
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Look on m and S. So much choice and caters for all budgets. Reviews are amazing as well xx
We found it very varied. We're paying £250 but got quotes between there and &£600 x
This is such a big question. Prices will vary on cake flavour, how tall the tiers are, how you want it decorated, buttercream or fondant. What filling you want. If you want real or fake flowers on it etc etc. You’d be best contacting several cake makers for a variety of quotes ☺️
I used to make cakes and I'm getting married in September. I'm going down the route of a tiered cheeses and fruit cake. X
If you ask a novice like me, I would say £6 but a professional you could be looking at much more.
Depending on how many you want to serve. And how you want the over all finish to look (well done or cheaply done)
Will depend on design and if you have any handmade elements. A decent cake maker will start around the £350 mark for a 3 tier. All depends what your looking for and how well made you want it.
£300 3 tier
Making my own...betty crocker cake mixes always spot on, naked is all the rage anyway, bit of bling and some flowers should come in at less than £50...people either eat it or not .
My cake is costing £380 😬
Hope Lambart. I take it congratulations are in order. When have you set the big day for? XXxx
Depends on how many people you want to feed I think? Tiers will be all different sizes depending on who you go to so remember to check approximate portions. We are having a “double barrel 2 tier” cake, looks like a 2 tier but made from 4 tiers to increase portion size, to feed approx 150 . Cost around £350 xx
I paid £350 for a 4 tier plus a gluten free one
Ours was £425
Im being charged £100
Paid £450 for a 3 tier Maltesers wedding cake and didn't even get a slice x
I make cakes professionally and price is dependent on so many factors. Sure, you can pick up a supermarket cake or cake from a wholesalers for under £200 but if you want something truly special then the price will vary depending on your design and number of portions you want it to serve. I don't slap any extra money on just because it's a wedding for example, but it would be dearer to buy from a professional as you are paying for their skill and expertise as well as a beautiful product. My wedding cakes range from £140 to anything upwards of £1500-2000. Your best bet is to look around at different suppliers, work out the sort of cake you're looking for and find a cake maker who is familiar with the kind of design you're looking for and ask to have a chat with them ☺ most will offer consultations and you'll be able to sample their cakes and chat all about the design you're looking for. If you'd rather source something from a supermarket or wholesaler, most have catalogues and price guides to help you budget. Hope that helps! 🥰💜
500 5 tier
I really don't see the fascination with the cake 😂 but that's just me! Noone even ate any cake at my wedding as they were too full so im glad all we did was a buy one from the shop
I’m paying £120 for 2 tier bottom fruit top sponge feeding 150
our 3 tier cake has cost us £350 xx
Ann Jordan ... just look 👀