Home, Party Planning, Raising Muslim Kids

Ramadan/Eid Decor

Ramadan is a beautiful month, one that should be celebrated and joyous. I always used to look forward to this time of year as a child, mostly because Eid was our one BIG holiday. Now that I’m a mom, I want to recreate some of that excitement for my children. Here are some simple ways to decorate your home to welcome this special month. These were taken over the span of two years.

Eid Decor
Ramadan Decor

DIY Banner- Michaels

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Tip: Purchase hanging christmas lights during the summer for better price.

I used to turn these lights on my kitchen island every night just before iftar, and my daughter would be so excited to see them.

Welcome Table

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Decorate a welcome table in the entry way of your home so that every time you walk through the door, you and your guests can feel the warmth and festiveness.

Lantern Garland
Crafty Sisters

Ramadan Mubarak Hanging
Days Of Eid, sold at Siraj Store 

Hanging Decor

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Ramadan Mubarak Garland
Party Fair, Kendall Park, NJ

Ramadan Window Stickers
Dollar Bazaar, North Brunswick, NJ

Alhamdulillah there are so many varieties of products in the Ramadan category being sold online and in stores. This year, I purchased mine from my local Dollar Bazaar and Party Fair, to support their businesses for offering Ramadan Decor. And involving my kids in the decor was a wonderful way to create more excitement and establish a connection with this holy month.

Eid Gift Ideas 

Ramadan mug
Personalized mug, http://www.zazzle.com

Customizable mugs
Zazzle

Check out my other post for ideas for children:
Ramadan/Eid Basket for Toddlers

Wrapped Presents

 

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Colorful Eid Gifts

Wrapping your gifts in colorful and decorative paper is always a bit more exciting.

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Personally, I wish to make Eid as anticipated and special for my children, so that they never feel like they’re missing out on something. Alhamdulillah, we are blessed enough to change that and really make it a special time of the year. Getting your little ones involved and excited for Ramadan is something that will stay with them forever.

How do you decorate your home or what do you do to welcome this special month into your home? Do you involve your children? I’d love to hear your ideas, share below 🙂

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