Talking to a news portal, wedding planner Gitesh Sharma revealed that Yami’s father contacted them a day before their wedding ceremonies began. He added that the Gautams had brought their own family priest for the rituals. According to Gitesh, Yami and Aditya wanted to take their saat-pheras in the lap of nature.
Elaborating further, the wedding added that the couple was clear that they didn’t want a larger-than-life, glamorous wedding. Instead, they wanted the ceremonies to be conducted naturally and traditionally, as it happens in their hometowns. He also revealed that they first 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.
The wedding was then followed by an elaborate lunch or Mandi dham which is a traditional feast prepared in Himachal style. It consisted of the sepu badi [urad dal dumplings in spinach gravy], kaddu aur chana khatta, and badana for dessert.