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It's always a pleasure doing business with Danjae Delights. They always delivers the best tasting cakes and they have done all the amazing designs that I've requested! I haven't ordered any place else since I've known them 4 yrs ago! Their the best!! Thank you!!Sep 25, 2015
This company is terrible. Do NOT waste your money. I spent $375 for my wedding for a candy table. I was promised 65 pounds of candy and got 23 pounds of little miniature Candy's and not the colors I wanted. This was a total rip off and when I told the lady I was unhappy with what I received she told me I was overreacting and being a bridezilla. Totally unprofessional. I had to spend even more money for candy because it would NEVER be enough for 150 people!!! Maybe 20...worst company ever!! If I could give it a negative star, believe me I would!Jul 30, 2015Verified
I had a wedding candy bar done as a present for my cousin. The table was absolutely gorgeous. Ayanna did an amazing job. I couldn't and wouldn't have her done anything differently. Ayanna was a true professional throughout the entire process. I had last minute details that needed to be changed and she went right along with the program. Thank you for helping to make my cousin's special day even more beautiful. Will definitely use her services again.May 8, 2015Verified
Was very happy with the communication and understanding of what I wanted and working within my budget. The cake turned out great !!!!Mar 18, 2015Verified
I hired a ayana to make a cake for my daughter's sweet 15. She was very sweet, she helped me with all the details. The cake was delicious. Everyone was so impressed. I would definitely hire her again.Mar 11, 2015Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My pricing is not very complicated. I price based on the amount if servings, the level of difficulty, the use of the finest ingredients and the amount of time/hours needed to complete the cake.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I always keep my skills up to date by taking lots of classes.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?Being a Pastry Chef is very rewarding and tedious at the same time. I typically tell people that this business is definitely a labor of love because a lot of time and effort goes into it. Some people charge less but compromise the taste and the detail just to get an order.