A Dinner Date With Dad

On Saturday, February 2, 2013, daughters throughout the Loganville area were making memories with their fathers at the Chick-fil-A in Loganville.

On Saturday, February 2, 2013, daughters from the Loganville area were making memories with their fathers.  Chick-fil-A in Loganville hosted its annual Daddy Daughter Date Night.  With linen tableclothes set with conversation starter placemats, daughters donned a complimentary tiara and quite possibly discovered some new facts about their Dad.  The elegant evening was set from the moment the guests walked through the door.  Two members from the Grayson High School Orchestra provided beautiful classical music, and loving photos were captured from Photography by Elena.  The cow, who was incredibly pleased to host so many dinner dates, enjoyed visiting with the dinner guests sharing hugs, high fives and waves.  After indulging in dessert, the guests ended the evening leaving with various treats and a booklet to help continue the conversation.  The most evident take home gift seen with each guest was the smile on their face. 

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Sharon Swanepoel February 07, 2013 at 04:28 PM
Absolutely beautiful Michelle - (wiping away tears.) Thank you so much for sharing these precious father/daughter memories.
Kim Roberto February 09, 2013 at 02:47 AM
Awwww.... I miss my daughter when she was this little! I love the dad who got up and danced with the cow! everyone looked like they were having a great time :)


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