Here is the short version to answer this question. If you love what you see, it tastes great, and you are willing to pay the wedding cake price they're asking, you are not being overcharged.
That’s the great thing about America…competition. If you shop 6 different baker/designers, it will quickly become apparent what value you will receive for a certain amount of money you are willing to dish out.
Also, look at it like this; you are only being overcharged if someone or company deceives you or intentionally rips you off.
Unless you don’t get what you paid for, you’re not being overcharged.
Sometimes people have a tendency to confuse “paying too much” with “overcharged.” We have spoken to many brides who paid too much, but did not get overcharged.
With that said, making sure you're not paying too much for your Omaha wedding cake is one of the reasons to consider for using OmahaWeddingCakes.com free quote service.
You'll be able to shop and compare bakers against each other for the same design and be able to understand what you can expect to pay. Using the free service will eliminate the worry of paying too much.
If you have the chance, watch the video (available mid-February 2013) at WeddingCake.org titled, “How Bakers R-E-A-L-L-Y Price Wedding Cakes” to gauge how bakers arrive at a price for your wedding cake.
You'll receive a complete explanation of how and why wedding cake prices vary.