Terrariums are a big trend right now but if you want a glass-enclosed look that's a bit more feminine and romantic, try a cloche centerpiece. Cloches come in a variety of shapes and sizes and have multiple uses — of course, you could display flowers or greenery inside, either displayed solo or grouped together. But think beyond flowers and use the cloches for your table numbers, cake, or even wedding favor. Here are our favorite creative cloche ideas.
Trio of Cloches (above): A grouping of three bell jars in different sizes, each filled with flowers, greenery, and moss, makes such a graceful, romantic centerpiece.
Photo: [Faye Cahill](http://fayecahill.com.au/)
Boho Cloche Centerpiece: For added visual interest, elevate the cloche on a pedestal and mix in other smaller arrangements and candleholders.
Photo: [Bobbette & Belle](http://www.bobbetteandbelle.com/)
Rustic Cloche Centerpiece: For a more rustic look, display the cloches on cut-wood bases and set them on burlap table runners.
Photo: [Steve Steinhardt Photography]( http://www.stevesteinhardt.com/)
Photo Display: If you're looking for a budget friendly alternative to flowers, consider a display of photos of you and your groom throughout your relationship, prettily displayed under glass.
Photo: [Tammy Swales Photography]( http://www.tammyswales.com/)
Escort Cards: Tuck guests' escort cards beneath a miniature pedestal cloche.
Photo: [Hank and Hunt](http://www.hankandhunt.com/)
Table Number: If you're up for a DIY project, create these moss-covered numerals and display them in a bell jar — you won't really need additional centerpiece flowers.
Photo: via [Wedding Paper Divas](http://blog.weddingpaperdivas.com/diy-wedding-favor-inspiration-succulents/)
Wedding Favor: Delight your guests by giving them a miniature cloche containing a succulent plant to take home.
Photo: [Sean Flanigan]( http://seanflanigan.net/)
Wedding Cake: Display a simply frosted cutting cake in a bell jar for all your guests to admire. (And how cute are those wooden cake toppers?!)