Cloches, also called bell jars, were originally developed by the French to protect early growing garden plants from frost. Today, the cloche has moved far beyond the garden. Cloches are often employed in kitchens as an elegant way to protect food, such as cheese or butter. They're also quite common as a decorating element. I've recently seen cloches used in a number of weddings in innovative ways. From table runners to floral arrangements, cloches are a perfect way to enhance your wedding's look.
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