Yami Gautam tied the knot with Aditya Dhar in a private ceremony in the presence of their close pals and family members a couple of days back.
The wedding festivities were kept simple yet elegant. The ceremony took place at Gautam’s farmhouse in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh, over two days. Gitesh Sharma, the wedding planner said that he was contacted by her father just one day prior to the wedding festivities.
“Yami’s father contacted us a day before their wedding ceremonies [sangeet and mehndi] began. The Gautams brought their own family pandit [priest] from Bilaspur or Hamirpur for the rituals,” he told Mid-Day.
Sharma shared details of Gautam’s and Dhar’s small and intimate wedding ceremony. “They were clear that they didn’t want a larger-than-life, glamorous wedding. Instead, they wanted the ceremonies to be conducted in a natural and traditional way, as it happens in their hometowns. They got married in front of a deodhar tree. The mandap was decorated with marigold flowers and banana leaves, with a gold-and-white theme running across the décor. After the wedding, there was a small reception in the evening with family members. The mehndi was held in the courtyard,” he said. The wedding was followed by a traditional lunch of Mandi dham.
Gautam and Dhar broke the wedding news by posting a series of photos on their Instagram account. They posted the first photo of themselves as newlyweds along with a quote by Rumi. “With the blessings of our family, we have tied the knot in an intimate wedding ceremony today. Being very private people, we celebrated this joyous occasion with our immediate family. As we embark on the journey of love and friendship, we seek all your blessings and good wishes,” they added.