Cart 0
 
 

Mustard Seed History

Mustard Seed History

Mustard Seed Gardens is a unique setting, rich in heritage with roots dating back to the 1800s. Originally, President Andrew Jackson deeded the property to George Metsker, in exchange for his military service during the War of 1812. For decades, the property served as a farmstead & home to the Metsker family.

In 2008, husband & wife team Mark and Teresa Skipper toured the old property, which needed an enormous amount of love and restoration. A year later, they bought it. Now an established venue, Mustard Seed Gardens will host its 500th event this year.

 
BACKGROUNDS-04.png
 

 

Meet the owners

 
 
Meet Mark and Teresa

They never expected to own a wedding venue, but their visionary personalities & hearts to serve others made them the perfect fit for the job. With the guidance of their daughter Megan, they’ve worked tirelessly to make Mustard Seed what it is today. Mark & Teresa love nothing more than celebrating with families who choose to host their special events at Mustard Seed, and together, they’ve fostered a team of creatives who work diligently to help accomplish their vision every day.

 
 
 

 
Screen Shot 2018-03-01 at 12.13.09 PM.png