so I'm getting married on Aug 4, 2012 in Marietta Ga and still need help finding the following vendo

*Wedding Cake & Grooms Cake
*Getaway Car
*Bulk lemon head candies or yellow candies

Looking for great values & affordable pricing

Re: so I'm getting married on Aug 4, 2012 in Marietta Ga and still need help finding the following vendo

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    In Response to <a href="">so I'm getting married on Aug 4, 2012 in Marietta Ga and still need help finding the following vendors-please HELP!</a>:
    [QUOTE]*Photobooth *DJ *Wedding Cake & Grooms Cake *Getaway Car *Bulk lemon head candies or yellow candies *Invitations Looking for great values & affordable pricing
    Posted by 968198512509734[/QUOTE]

    <div>Photobooth - we're using Starlite. What's your budget... they are under $1k</div><div>
    </div><div>What kind of car are you looking for? </div><div>
    </div><div>Your requests are vague so it'll be hard to give you pointers without specifics. What's your budgest for those items? What exactly do you want? </div><div>
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    To the Rescue Entertainment for the DJ!!!! 
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    are you looking for a true vintage style photobooth or are you looking more for a fauxtobooth/photo booth setup (backdrop and photographer)? I might have some suggestions for both. Try Mikes mobile dj for the music, I believe he is pretty affordable and I have seen him work first hand and he does a good job.
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    KnaijaQueenKnaijaQueen member
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    edited March 2012
    I used Smart DJ for DJ services, and used Publix for my cupcakes.
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    *Photobooth - Picture Perfect, OMG Booth
    *DJ - Chris
    *Invitations - I made my own, but I've seen nice and reasonably priced invites at David's Bridal
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    For invitations, there's A Paper Affair in Marietta (east cobb, in the same complex as trader joes, California pizza kitchen. At the corner of Roswell and Johnson Ferry). I've never looked at their invitations, so I don'tknow pricing (it'll vary, of course) but they have a good selection of paper goods. It's the more traditional route (look through several huge books of samples, and choose the one you like best). What I like about that is that you can see them in person right then and know you like them, then purchase on the spot. 

    A lot of the ladies on my other board are making theirs using etsy, or vista print. Online/DIY is a great option. Always plan for more time when doing DIY. All of them that have DIY'd have said the invites were more time consuming than they first thought. And with vista, I'm pretty sure they will send you a sample before you have to purchase, but then you have to wait to see if you really like them before buying. Or have the faith that what it looks like online will translate exactly to what you get in person (rarely happens). 

    Good luck!!
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    Hi there!  Photo Booths are the latest greatest and so much fun at weddings! for the best prices.  Also, I've been in the wedding industry for many years and started out doing wedding cakes and directing weddings.  I don't decorate full time anymore, as working in higher end bakeries in Atlanta caused carpeltunnel.  However, I still do invitations through McPherson's Bride and Groom, as well as the photo booth business my husband and I have.  If you go to that site, you'll find links on the "links' page that will direct you to the sites where you can shop for the other things you may still need.  Check it out and let me know if I can help in any way. 
    PS....Congrats!!!  LaughingWe just got married too!
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    A Silverware Affair... (great caterer and great prices!)
    Oh! Ccassions... (wedding coordinator and video)
    Events By Kim... (invites, napkins, etc)
    Marlene Lillian Photography... (she is awesome)
    Monica Peace Photography... (pre wedding/engagement)
    PeacePix Photo Booth Rentals... (best prices in Atlanta)
    Cakes....I'd recommend a bakery on the southside.  City Cafe is owned by Jorg Schatte, an old friend.  Vicky is my former fellow decorator there and she does beautiful work.
    As for what I did....go to National Car Rental, rent a new ivory luxury sedan and have a favorite guy friend (a groom's man/best man, etc) drive you away!  It worked perfectly for us!!!  And was so much cheaper!!!  Put your money on more important things.
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    try starlite photo booth. send them a quote from their website
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    Ali's Cookies, which is actually located in Marietta, makes DELICIOUS wedding cakes that are reasonably priced. The baker there is incredibly sweet and helpful.
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    Fotografie Atlanta did my photobooth!

    I think it's $300 for just a photobooth if you already booked them for your photographer or $400 alone. Not sure. But they were AMAZING! My friend had a photobooth at hers and these people had way more props and fun stuff than the people she used.
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    For DJ - try EEP Events - I have used him for two of my own events and my sister used him for her wedding as well.  Good luck!
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    adamgoatsadamgoats member
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    edited July 2012
    I'm still open Aug 4th. if you need a videographer.

    I'm doing 50% off for July and Aug 2012!

    Hope to hear from you!
    Dave Vagts
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    What did you use for you get away car I am getting married in Marietta in October and we still have not found one yet.
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