Cloches, or bell jars, are certainly not a new idea, they have been around for decades and were originally used by the French to protect plants from frost. Today the cloche has moved beyond the garden and into the wonderful world of decorating. I first fell in love with the cloche in Paris, where they are often used in candle displays. When you want to test the scent of the candle you lift the glass dome and inhale the scent that is concentrated inside the lid. Not only practical but also a beautiful display.
There are so many innovative ways to use the cloche in your wedding decor, from floral arrangements to table number displays and dessert table features. These simple glass domes make a stunning statement at your wedding, and will be a beautiful addition to your home after the wedding to display and protect your special pieces.
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When i was in Doha, Qatar recently i saw this gorgeous display of
cloches in a cafe. They certainly made everything look
so much sweeter. Cute as!!!