About Your Fan Daddies

Who are your Fan Daddies?
Fan Daddies is a LGBTQ+ owned and operated small business based in Los Angeles. We are excited to bring you fun and original designs created by our award winning scholars at our self-proclaimed world famous Fan Academy. During this delicate education process, we train the best and strongest bamboo along with the most sturdy fabrics and materials side by side to then ceremoniously smash them together in the best way possible.

The team here at Fan Daddies is dedicated and very excited to utilize local graphic artists to design new and interesting patterns and artwork. Artwork that is totally fetch. You may think that fetch can't happen, but it totally can. It's a reality that is taking shape right now in this very fetch moment. Okay, sorry for trying to make fetch happen. But yeah, we are totally chill people and appreciate you taking the time to visit our site! We also love attending festivals, prides, cruises, street fairs, sidewalk sales, and wherever else we can put up a booth and share the good vibes with you all. Be sure to come by our booth and say hello! We always love to see you!

Be sure to follow us on Instagram (@fandaddies), Facebook (@fandaddies), or add us on Snapchat (@fandaddies)! If you'd like to be featured, be sure to mention us so we can slap your mug all over our social media and get you some extra followers!

The hope at Fan Daddies is that you enjoy our products as much as we enjoy making them for you and your crew! Be safe out there! Be sure to always give out high fives and pass out the good vibes on to your friends, family, and even strangers! We all need it (and it's free to do)! 🥰 As always.... BE NICE!

Our company vision and spirit is dedicated to my soul-mate, business partner, best friend, cuddle buddy, and every other title a person could hold who passed away in May of 2022 from cancer. I miss you Frankie - you will always be Little Daddy. 😍💕

Our company was founded in memory of a friend and all around great person who unexpectedly passed away in December of 2019. May you rest in power SK, you're dearly missed.