Alli is the owner, dreamer, designer behind My Sunday Afternoon, with a professional background in both fashion design + psychology, her compassion and creativity, especially when mixed, is a force to be reckoned with.
Keith is the co-builder, helper, hand-holder, and biggest supporter. My Sunday Afternoon would be nothing without one or the other.
Neither are strangers to real life, both coming from a lineage of alcoholism, addiction, and mental illness. Keith took to the twelve steps and CrossFit, while Alli has always used her creativity as an outlet, in addition to weekly mental health therapy. Together they attend church weekly in the city.
Our foundation stands on Truth + Grace.
My Sunday Afternoon is a feeling, it’s where the most beautiful and painful moments meet, because as we have personally learned, and truly believe: you can’t have one without the other, and as often as we’ve felt inadequate and unequipped in our own stories, we would not trade our pain for any of the beauty we have because of it.
My Sunday Afternoon began as a small handmade shop, but has since evolved into a multi-layer, creative direction, events and styling brand, passionate about bringing people together, story telling, and helping others heal, mostly through special events and photo shoots. Our range of services is wide though: starting with the big picture concept deign for events, interiors, gifts and shoots, and ranging all the way down to the smallest handcrafted details that make up these design ideas. You can hire us for one small detail, or the whole experience, start to finish. Either way, we are sure to help bring some magic to this moment through thoughtful experiences and beautifully welcoming spaces, inspired by real life.