*Also, my family tells me I charge too cheap for my cakes, but whenever I try to raise the price, I hardly get any orders... Any suggestions for this problem???
I agree with the others, your cake is beautiful and you are charging far too little. However.....and this is a BIG "however", unless you have a customer base in your geographic area that WILL pay premium prices, you may not have an appropriate location to make high-end cake designs at a profit.
Your customer base is NOT family, friends, or friends-of-friends. Your target customer base for high-end, custom cakes are people who are willing to pay $225 for a 1st birthday party for their kid and 20-30 friends; people who are willing to pay $350 for a custom anniversary cake that looks like a golf course, etc.
If you try and raise your prices and "hardly get any orders", those are NOT your target customers. The answer is that you must do some serious business thinking AND do a time-consuming, rigorous breakdown of all your costs for ingredients/supplies/overhead and time.
Many people recommend the software recommended in this article: "How Much Should I Charge for This Cake?"
I wish you well.