We've dipped our toes in the modern wedding water a time or two, but one that we can't stop swooning over? Samantha and Jeff's nuptials. They tied the knot at the Speed Art Museum here in Louisville, and continued the evening hosting their reception there as well. Scroll on to see all of the details.

To first look, or not to first look? That is always the million dollar question when it comes to wedding day. Samantha and Jeff opted for a first look moment, and our hearts skipped a beat when we saw their emotions come to life in these photos. With their bridal party behind them… it truly doesn't get any sweeter!

The Speed Art Museum was the perfect setting for Samantha and Jeff's modern nuptials. A neutral color palette allowed for the florals to be the center of attention, and between the calla lilies and orchids, the Speed was looking as dreamy as we had ever seen it.

Speaking of floral details, there was certainly no shortage of orchids. Overflowing from vases, topping off the cake, finishing off the cocktail tables… you name it. If you know us, you know that we love a good orchid, and this place was an orchid lover's absolute dream!

To complement the gray tones and modern vibe of the space, we decided to incorporate mirrored details to the couple's evening. The intricacy of the seating chart was unmatched, but can we talk about how fun these hand-lettered place cards are? They certainly brought a wow-factor.

The space was really brought together by the crisp, clean details of the design. Clear chairs, oversized vases, tea lights… the list of reasons why we loved this reception could go on for days.

Dinner and cake was followed by an evening taking full advantage of the dance floor. Who wouldn't want to join in on this dance party?

Samantha and Jeff's night at the Speed was oh so magical and we can't wait to see what's to come for this beautiful couple. Cheers!

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Photos by True Photography.