Ayesha Curry Is Helping Her Sister-In-Law Find Her Dream Wedding Dress

The fam just paid a visit to Kleinfeld Bridal

Updated 01/22/18

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Sydel Curry found the one back in November, and now, she's on the hunt for the other the one—the perfect wedding dress. The little sister of NBA MVP Steph Curry and sister-in-law to Ayesha Curry just went wedding dress shopping at the famed Kleinfeld Bridal to find a frock with her family in tow.

“I had the ultimate @kleinfeldbridal experience today and am so grateful!!” she wrote on Instagram, captioning a series of snapshots of her shopping excursion. “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 😉.”

The 23-year-old former Elon University volleyball player will be featured on an upcoming episode of Say Yes to the Dress, and had some pretty cool people in her entourage to help her with her dress selection. Sydel was joined by her mother Sonya, sis-in-law Ayesha and niece Riley, who looks more than ready to take on her flower girl duties. In one photo, the five-year-old is shown seriously inspecting a bouquet.

Sydel's NBA G League boyfriend Damion Lee proposed just before Thanksgiving with a beautiful cushion-cut halo diamond ring on a blinged-out band.

It looks like she couldn't wait to get planning, because her first trip to a bridal salon was just a month later. According to Instagram, Sydel visited California's Kinsley James Couture Bridal back in December, where she, judging by her Instagram feed, had an unforgettable experience. But apparently, it took the New York City bridal salon and Randy Fenoli's expertise to get this bride to say yes to the dress.

Not only was she helped by her family, TLC's Randy Fenoli and SYTTD consultant Lisa, but designer Pnina Tornai as well!

The 'Gram didn’t let on if Sydel actually said yes to a Pnina original, but we will be glued to the TV when the episode airs to find out.

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