I have a VERY SMALL cake/sweets company, just barely started really. I still work full time at another job selling furniture.
I recently spent a lot of time working on a candy bar. It's a clove caramel bar filled with chunks of sponge toffee and partially dipped/drizzled in chocolate.
I posted a picture on my company's Facebook page with caption, "Six for $18.00, message me if interested." My boss' wife commented saying that she'd like six for a Halloween Dinner Party that she's throwing for all the staff but she never sent me a message.
The party is this Sunday and I don't know if I should make them or not. I'm already bringing 48 mini cupcakes (that I'm not being paid for) but I just don't know if I should make and bring the candy bars. Frankly I'm annoyed that she never messaged me. I'm trying to take my business seriously and I would have liked to fill out an order form and get paid in full before making the candy bars. I also don't know if my personal annoyances with her in the workplace are what's getting in the way of me wanting to make the bars.
So do I suck it up and make the bars?
I don't make the bars and tell her that she never messaged me?
Should I message her asking if she were still interested in getting the bars and that I'd do a one time exception for not getting paid in full before the date?