This past month, Anthropologie & BHLDN enlisted Nectar & Root to create a flower wall installation in celebration of their spring bridal dresses launch. We used wild grasses, garden roses, eucalyptus, yarrow, moss, dusty miller, seed pods, amaranth, celosia, and live air plants. Each ingredient was fresh or dried, and many of the ingredients were pieces I'd harvested this fall from a local farm in Enosburg, before the first frost hit. While I didn't know at the time what they'd be used for, I was certain I'd find a place to use these beautiful blooms sometimes this winter, and they did not disappoint! The flowers have dried beautifully, and this spring I'll be bringing our installation to our Vermont studio. Refreshing it with new blooms would give our installation renewed life as a backdrop for any 2018 wedding, photoshoot, or special project.