The Curry family has a wedding to plan! NBA superstar Steph Curry and his wife, Ayesha Curry, have enjoyed close to seven years of marriage since their 2011 wedding, but 2018 belongs to the athlete’s younger sister, Sydel Curry, who’s now planning her nuptials to Damion Lee.
The youngest Curry sibling—there’s also Mavericks player Seth Curry, 27—got engaged to Lee last November, and since then, she’s made some large strides within the planning process. For example, just this past weekend, the 23-year-old bride-to-be made an appointment at beloved, New York City-based bridal boutique Kleinfeld to explore her dress options.
Sydel had an intimate crew at the ready for her wedding dress experience, including her mom, Sonya, as well as her sister-in-law Ayesha and her niece, Riley Curry. A bigger crew of producers and camera folks were also on hand to document the moment for TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress.
I had the ultimate @kleinfeldbridal experience today and am so grateful!! Thank you to my entourage for being the best and helping me along the way!! And thank you to @randyfenoli & @lisasyttd for being the best in the game. Can’t wait for you all to see the episode 😉 • • • • Ps. I Said Yes To The Dress 🤗
The former volleyball player posted a slideshow to accompany the big excursion. She worked directly by both Randy Fenoli and Lisa Fuhrman in her dress shopping experience. “Thank you to my entourage for being the best and helping me along the way!!” she captioned the post. “Can’t wait for you all to see the episode. Ps. I Said Yes To The Dress.”
Lucky for Sydel, Ayesha Curry has plenty of advice and experience in marriage. In an exclusive interview with The Knot in 2016, the cookbook author doled out some tips for marital success while touching on her own marriage to the NBA player. (We also recommend Lasting for those who want an interactive experience.)
“Talk it out,” the mom of two told us at the time. “I have a long-term one, which is talking it out. It applies to every year [of marriage]. Just make sure the lines of communication are open. If you have something mean to say, say it. If you have something nice to say, say it. Whatever it is, say it. And don’t hold anything in. Don’t go to bed mad at each other. It’s been our rule.”