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WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW)-One second they’re canceled, the subsequent, they’re again on.
Occasions have been hit and miss for the reason that pandemic started and bakers are simply attempting to make it.
Creative Muffins and Cameo Muffins are two native bakeries. Each have been making marriage ceremony truffles for a number of a long time, however this yr, it hasn’t been a chunk of cake.
“Lots of people simply sort of flooded in saying we want a refund,” stated Deana Schulte.
The shutdown left some bakers out to dry.
“Throughout the first week we refunded $3000 proper off the bat,” stated Vicki Prather.
These bakers are nonetheless within the combine. Baker Vicki Prather and Deana Schulte stated they’re lastly seeing weddings be rescheduled, however it’s with fewer visitors deliberate.
“It’s been a really odd factor as a result of we’re used to doing very giant tiers with a number of hundred folks at weddings,” stated Cameo Muffins proprietor Vicki Prather.
“In the event that they had been planning on 400 folks, now they’re solely planning 100 and in order that then has actually affected income,” stated Creative Muffins proprietor Deana Schulze.
Schulze stated rescheduled weddings deliver challenges into subsequent yr’s finances. For individuals who have paid, that cash has been put in the direction of this yr’s wants. Come subsequent yr, meaning there can be a variety of onerous work, however the cash received’t be there to observe.
“If that they had already paid, these revenues are gone and so in that subsequent yr we won’t be having extra money are available in from these weddings,” stated Schulze.
Whereas it’s not icing on the cake, each bakers stay hopeful the remainder of this yr, and into the subsequent, can be crammed with extra celebrations.
“It’s all going to work out a technique or one other,” stated Prather.
Bakers stated in case you’re planning a marriage, now’s the time to start out requesting these truffles.