Lindsey Konig and Chase Redfield met like many of their millennial cohorts do: online. This Bumble success story budded as the couple bonded over their upbringings, shared friends, the outdoors, and a taste for travel and adventure, which culminated in their beautiful wedding at 1880 Union Hotel in Los Alamos. Chase was a history major in college, so he picked the historic venue for its personality and flair. Lindsey had once worked for a Newport Beach landscape design firm. While there, she had developed an affinity for handmade and organic pottery, which she infused into her wedding day; most of the large terra-cotta urns used in the décor were imported Egyptian pottery. A monochromatic vibe was given off by various subtle tones of champagne and creamy white. This palette permeated every detail of the polished yet boho-inspired wedding—from the bridesmaids’ fashion to the dried and bleached floral elements. Guests particularly loved the unusual escort wall, which featured escort cards tied to a small bud vase filled with bleached florals. Another highlight of the day was the sultry saxophone player, who rocked the house and delivered an epic performance for this music-loving couple.