Below, the Thank you letter we received from Google after the event:
Google wanted the candy bar to be bright, loaded with candy, and spectacular. And, the candy bar was to be the first thing that guests would see when they first entered the venue. In short, we had to wow them!
With a final guest count of nine hundred fifteen (915), we made sure that the candy were in full supply, and that the 16 foot-table was covered with tempting confections. There was something for everyone. From classic favorites like Hershey's Milk Chocolate & Almond Kisses, M&Ms, Kit Kat, Reese's Peanut Butter, a variety of gummies-gummy bears sour belts, gummy peaches; Holiday sweets like peppermint bark chocolate, and peppermint sticks; and specialty treats like jumbo candy buttons, candy necklaces, cupcake lollipops, and rock candy, to name some.
The three-level 1015 Folsom club was decorated with pre-picked "Candy Land" locations from the board game- The Gingerbread Room (where the candy bar was set-up), Lollipop Woods, King Kandy Lair, Queen Frostine Room, and the Gum Drop Mountains.
With the gum trees on each side of the table, the ice cream cone and ginger bread props on the wall (all created by props2c.com), the candy table was a hit!
Map of Google Land at 1015
We love it when guests take photos and videos of our tables!
Guests taking their favorites!
Below, the Lollypop Woods Room
- King Kandy Lair
The Candy land path that brought the guests to the Candy Bar. Don't those tables look like giant gum drop?
Jumbo Candy Buttons in 4 flavors
Gingerbread Plum trees decked both sides of the candy table