The marriage festivities have already started with the mehendi ritual of Jwala Gutta and the to-be bride has shared the special glimpses of the same through her IG stories. Jwala Gutta and Vishnu Vishal's marriage photographer also shared some adorable pics of their mehendi and haldi rituals.
For the mehendi ceremony, Jwala puts on a burnt orange-coloured saree. She was all smiles while exhibiting her henna-clad hands. The mehendi ceremony was followed by a sangeet ceremony and an elated Jwala opted for a multi-coloured flower-patterned lehenga. For the haldi ritual, she chose to put on a yellow dress and in the official pictures, Jwala's besties splashed water on her.
Before the wedding, Jwala Gutta's friends arranged a special bridal for her and she took to her IG handle to share the pics from the same. For the bridal shower, Jwala wasfull of smiles as she wore a pretty yellow outfit with a bride-to-be sash. Jwala captioned the images as "What would I do without my girls... Thank you @amritavir for hosting this amazing day..And wanna thank all my girls making it super special for me."
In September 2020, Vishnu made a declaration about their engagement in a birth anniversary post for Jwala on social media. While sharing pics with the love of his life in which Jwala flaunted her engagement ring with smiles, Vishnu penned, "Happy birthday @jwalagutta1. New start to LIFE. Lets be positive and work towards a better future for us, Aryan, our families, friends and people around. Need all your love n blessings guys…#newbeginnings. Thank you @jainbasanth for arranging a ring in d middle of d night #EngagementRingJugaad."
For the unversed, Jwala Gutta had started playing the game when she was just 6 and in the year 2000, she bagged the Junior National Badminton Championship. During the same year, Jwala had bagged the Women's Doubles Junior National Championship and the Senior National Badminton Championship.
While talking about the difficulties that she faced during her early days of journey and how her family supposed that she wasn’t choosing the right path, she stated, "When I took up doubles, I was surrounded by a lot of criticism. Even my parents thought that I wasn't making the right choice, but like I said before, I believe in myself and my skills and it was important for me to make a difference."