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How to store/display a wedding bouquet?

Posted by foodonastump (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 8, 13 at 10:25

I recently ran across my wife's wedding bouquet hanging in a seldom used closet. It's in good shape, and as we've got our 10th coming up this winter I thought it might be nice to do something with it. In my mind I was thinking of something similar to a glass cheese bell. Does something exist for such a thing? Other suggestions?

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RE: How to store/display a wedding bouquet?

yes, they usually call it a cloche. Might want to check with the people on the Holidays forum because they use cloches to display all kinds of stuff.

Here is a link that might be useful: Holidays forum

RE: How to store/display a wedding bouquet?

Thanks! I think that word gave me enough to go on. Too many interrelated forums here, didn't know where best to post.

RE: How to store/display a wedding bouquet?

Congrats on 10 yrs together & still thinking about pleasing her & doing something nice with her bouquet! It looks great! She's lucky to have such a nice guy! Wish you many more years together. I had a terrific guy for only 23 yrs so glad we took vacations & got along so terrifically as that's all he got. True love just gets better as years go by & the little extra thoughtfulness will be so appreciated, You could put these under the glass & then have some fresh flowers low around the bottom of the glass. Don't forget a card expressing how you feel!! Jan

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