Trying to reply to a request for quotes on 3 cakes. Each has to be redesigned because the customer only wants about a fourth of the number of servings of size of the cakes in the pics she sent. But what's really aggravating is it's obvious this is a mass mail out because one of the cake photos she sent is mine, but the link is to some blog, not my website. That combined with her wording, I'm certain she doesn't have a clue she's asking for a quote on one of my cakes.
If this photo was buried somewhere deep in the pages of my gallery, it would be one thing, but it's one of the very first pictures you see on my website. I'm used to the fact that no one reads any of the text, but this is the first person who's made it obvious she couldn't even be bothered to check out the photos.
Plus she wants one of those molded sleeping babies and I don't do those because to me they look dead, not asleep.
I just want to respond with something snarky. I may just tell her I'm booked for the date, but being the selfish person I am, I don't want to loose her business if I can get it.
If anyone can come up with a polite way to let her know that she sent me a pic of one of my own cakes, I would be most grateful. I typed several things and none of them sound warm and inviting.