Saturday, February 7, 2015

Lashes & 'Staches    Daddy Daughter Date

Above is the handmade invitation we sent out 2 weeks before the DATE.

And this was the one a week before.  Make sure to remind the MOM's (dad's forget stuff :))

This is what the paintbrush invite template looks like if you want to attempt at making some :)

As they arrived, they got to do a photoshoot in front of this set up.  We had frames, hats, glasses, scarves, and of course, mustaches.

While the dads and daughters were waiting for the others to take their pics, we had them see if they could 'Guess the Stache'.

For your own copy, click HERE.

1. Tom Sellec,  2.  Hulk  Hogan, 3.  Albert Einstein, 4.  Dustin Hoffman (Hook), 5.  Will Farrell, 6.  Mike Dika, 7.  Monopoly man, 8.  Charlie Chapman, 9.  Ned Flanders (the Simpson's)

We had a relay race where the dad had to dress the daughter in cowboy attire.  The daughter did the relay and then it was dads turn.  The rules were the daughter had to dress dad, and dad had to dress the daughter.  The finishing touch was that they had to put on the sticky mustache.

We had a simple obstacle - like run around chairs, under the table and 10 jumping jacks and then back.

We played 'Pin the 'Stache on Mr. Potato Head'.  They got to choose who spun who around and then pin the 'stache on.

Then the dads got to paint the girls nails!!!  Fun!
(Some dad's needed some work on their painting skills)

The rule was, the DAD's got to pick the color!

We also played 'Who's your Daddy???'

The room was divided in half by this chalkboard.  The girls sat on one side and the dad's on the other.  I would point at a dad and he would (in his disguised voice) say, "I mustache you, if you know who your daddy is?".

Then the daughter would see if she could guess if it was her dad.

This. was. SOOOO fun!!!

In fact, we had so much fun we did it the reverse way after.  The girls disguised their voice and we saw if the dad's could guess.

Sorry girls, but the dad won that game :)

At the very end, we had the dad's say what their favorite thing was about their daughter and vice versa.  We also had the Bishop (who was one of the dad's) speak real quick and bare testimony of our Heavenly Father.

This was the handout.

And as always, here are the photos that inspired this night:

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