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Perhaps alternates to anemones might be suggested. Most starfish are publicly attractive and octo safe, gorgonians and sponges likewise. Avoid even mentioning any kind of polyps because even thougth they are stationary, they spread and only a few have mild enough stings not to be considered a problem. Mushrooms and leathers are another choice that can provide color and an otherworldly appearance without causing harm.