NBA Superstar Steph Curry and Ayesha Curry Renew Their Wedding Vows
Cookbook author Ayesha Curry and NBA superstar Steph Curry renewed their wedding vows in an intimate ceremony to mark their 10th wedding anniversary. The couple, who exchanged vows in July 2011, ended up celebrating their latest relationship milestone with an intimate vow renewal to reaffirm their commitment and love.
"A couple of weeks ago @stephencurry30 surprised me with the most beautiful vow renewal ceremony," Ayesha wrote on Instagram. "He even picked out my dress for me and had it waiting." Indeed, Curry selected a floral brocade gown for his wife by Valentino.
The couple was joined by their little ones—each of whom had an established role in the nuptials. "Our big girl Riley officiated," said Ayesha. "Ryan and Canon walked me through the grass of our backyard. It's everything I've always dreamed of but didn't know could be possible in this way. A moment I will never forget. I love you @stephencurry30."
Long before the Golden State Warriors player clinched any championship title, the couple first met in a church youth group when they were teenagers. Fate took both on separate paths until they reunited in Hollywood as Ayesha pursued a career in acting.
In 2011, Steph and Ayesha Curry exchanged vows in the very church where they first locked eyes. They followed that with a reception at the Ballantyne Hotel, a luxury resort property in Charlotte, North Carolina.
While chatting with The Knot in 2016, Ayesha gave a few marriage tips of her own. "Talk it out," she suggested at the time. "I have a long-term [pointer], 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."
She also encouraged couples to show grace when necessary. "I'm a dweller," she said. "And over the years, I've learned not to focus on the small things, and to look at the bigger picture. That's really helped."