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Yami Gautam’s wedding preparations were completed in a single day, from decoration to round, the wedding planner told many things

The wedding planner of Yami Gautam and Aditya Dhar told that the couple wanted to organize the wedding in a simple and traditional way.

New Delhi: The marriage of Yami Gautam and Aditya Dhar remains in the headlines. The fans of the actress were shocked to get the news of her marriage. This celebrity couple secretly got married on June 4 in Mandi, Himachal. He had chosen a farmhouse for this. According to media reports, Yami’s wedding planner has made some new revelations about the wedding. He told that Yami’s father had asked to do all the preparations a day before the wedding.

Yami Gautam’s wedding planner Gitesh Sharma also told that the actress and her family wanted to organize the wedding in a traditional way. So for the seven rounds, a deodar tree was chosen, in front of which seven rounds were taken. In a conversation with Mid-Day, the wedding planner has told that the couple wanted to get married in a simple way. The way marriages have been traditionally done in the family of the actress, they also wanted to get married in the same way.

The wedding planner told about the ceremony that earlier Yami-Aditya took seven rounds in front of the deodar tree. The mandap was traditionally decorated with banana leaves and marigold flowers. After this there was a traditional lunch of Mandi Dham. In the evening, the family members were given a reception. The henna ceremony was held in the courtyard itself. Yami had informed about her marriage by sharing a photo on June 4.

(Photo Credits: Instagram/yamigautam)

Yami also gave a cute caption with the photo. He wrote, ‘I have learned to love in your light – Rumi. With the blessings of the family, today we have tied the knot in a private ceremony. This joyous occasion of his has been celebrated among the people close to him. We are on the journey of friendship and love, so we need your blessings and best wishes.

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