Last week Brittany (my wife in case you didn’t know) had me come out to photograph an event she was hosting in Sterling, Virginia. She is the Unit Marketing Director for this Chick-Fil-A location, and loves her job. She puts so much time, effort, and care into the preparations and proceedings of all her events… and Daddy Daughter Date Night was no exception.
Some of these photos are being featured on the store’s facebook page, but each and every “Daddy and Daughter” that came had their picture taken as they entered the limo after their meal for a drive around the parking lot, and each photo will be made available in print for pick-up at the store next week. The entire event really went well and exemplified how Brittany pays such close attention to detail and really does care about her work.
The decorations Brittany chose really fit in well with the preexisting Chick-Fil-A in-store decorations. The reserved dining area really looked classy.
These two guys were the servers for the night. Brittany had them dress up in fancy waiter clothing to further enhance the fine dining experience for the event.
Brittany and the store operator had to give all the employees a “pre-game pep talk” if you will. It was funny to see how stressed out and nervous some of the employees would get just because the ordering process for this event would be out of the norm they had gotten themselves used to.
Oh and yes, they had two flute players come in and serenade all the daddies and daughters throughout the night. A nice touch.
So cute lol.
This little girl LOVED posing for the camera. Every chance she got, she would stop and smile… waiting for me to take a picture of her- haha.
Here she is again.
They sold out all the available time slots for the event… so it got pretty crowded in there!
And last but not least, my beautiful wife, the host of Daddy Daughter Date Night, doing what she loves. If you’re ever passing through the Sterling, Virginia area and happen to be feeling a little hungry… don’t hesitate to stop by the Chick-Fil-A at Sugarland Crossing!
© Chad Ainsworth 2011