I wanted to start offering decorated cupcakes. I have NO IDEA what to charge. I know that Ann Amernick charges $6 per cupcake and there's a pastillage flower on each one. That price was from a couple of years ago so it may have gone up. (That seems a little high, but you tell me? My tiered cakes start at $3.75/serving where as hers start at $7, once again, an old price from a couple years ago). I'm not sure of the cupcake size or what type of flower she does either. For any of you who do these, what size cupcake do you do? Just the normal size home muffin tin or the jumbo ones? I also don't want to bother with selling them plain. There is no money in that. But I'm not sure how to price them and word it on my web site. I think it would be easiest to have a base price and charge accordingly for the type of flower or whatever decoration, but "Base cupcake price is $X, but you can't buy them plain" isn't the nicest sounding way to put it. What to charge per flower? Obviously a daisy is easier than a rose and the latter should cost more. How should they be iced? I think dipping them in fondant looks the best, but that's pretty limiting for choices. Yet at the same time, piping on espresso buttercream with a star tip... I dunno... doesn't look as nice. Any input would be helpful. Some info to help you help me... my stuff is organic which commands a higher price, I'm in Philadelphia (so I can charge more than someone in Nowheresville, Middle of the US), and I can also do these vegan which I have no competition for in this area, and as far as I know nationwide, no one else does stuff like this vegan. (I plan on offering these for shipping too).