(He's the convert in The Best Two Years)
They had bounce houses, pony rides, outsourced sand sculptures (they brought this guy in from Montana just to do this!), security and a LIST, and the food: a frozen daiquiri bar, a waffle bar, all you can eat filet mignon, and way too much other food.
But I think the best part was the fact that Tahitian Noni has real-life Polynesians that they call out "whenever they need Polynesians." This was one of those occasions; they needed traditional islanders to pose for pictures with the guests.
Tyler rather liked them and their headdresses, which he called hats.