Mustard Seed Gardens: Your New Dream Wedding Venue

Mustard Seed Gardens is the perfect destination for any bride who finds herself daydreaming about outdoor elegance and historic charm on her wedding day. Settled on the Metsker Plantation, the property was originally deeded to the George Metsker from the seventh President of the United States, Andrew Jackson. 


Mustard Seed sits on three-acres of beautifully manicured grounds while giving an element of old-world rustic character to your wedding day. While our Olde Barn was built in 1892, it has modern conveniences such as temperature control, and plenty of space for up to 200 guests to comfortably gather for a banquet-style reception. Mustard Seed also has several outdoor spaces for brides to choose from for exchanging “I Do’s”. These include a vintage gazebo, a sprawling lawn under a canopy of lights, or the option to conduct your ceremony underneath a romantic 100-year old Maple Tree. Bride’s are able to choose their ceremony and reception space that perfectly suits their vision, all while upholding the integrity of the rich history of the venue. 

Our team at Mustard Seed Gardens works tirelessly to create a captivating and magical atmosphere for your family and closest friends. We love getting inspired by all the different ways brides get creative for their special day. Whether it is a unique guest favor (think: mini succulents or donuts in to go boxes), a special tribute to those who have passed, or decadent late-night snacks, we are constantly motivated by our bride’s personal touches! Our goal is to make sure the bride and groom soak up every special moment with their family and friends. It’s an incredibly gratifying feeling to know the role we have can have such an impact on how they remember their favorite day.

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