Ramadan Decorations

Muslims use decorations during Ramadan and Eid to create a festive atmosphere and a spiritual ambiance in their home. However, the purpose of decorating for these occasions goes beyond just aesthetics; rather, it often involves filling the space with symbolic reminders of the values and teachings associated with Ramadan and Eid.

Decorating for Ramadan and Eid creates an environment that encourages various forms of ibadah (worship), often sparking excitement in children to participate!

There are many easy-to-implement Ramadan decorations and exciting Eid party decorations that you can incorporate into your home. Keep reading to find the one that suits you best! 

Eid Mubarak Decorations  

A popular tradition in Muslim countries on Eid is to hang and display beautiful lanterns, also known as 'fanoos,' around your home. Lanterns come in many colours and shapes, providing a fun way to enhance the look of your home and celebrate the Holy Month of Ramadan

Another common practice during Ramadan is to decorate with crescent designs, symbolizing the commencement of Ramadan. These can include posters, trees, and table displays. 

A classic and must-have Eid decoration is banners embroidered with 'Eid Mubarak.' These Eid decorations are simple and will add a festive touch to anyone's home!

How to decorate your home for Eid al-Fitr?

Here are five easy ways to decorate your house this Eid: 

            1. Lights 

            Light up your home with the warm glow of lights! Fairy lights, string lights and             lanterns all work perfectly for this. A great way to incorporate this is by placing it             along your window where it can be visible from outside. It can help your home to look             all the more appealing and inviting as well.

            2. Islamic Calligraphy 

            Fill your home with the beauty of Islamic calligraphy. Make use of decorative items             that feature verses or sayings that have spiritual significance, and make your space             elegantly artistic as well. 

            3. Lanterns and Crescents 

            Lanterns and crescents are a Ramadan decoration and Eid decoration classic. These             lanterns and crescents are so easy to make, and you can involve the whole family in             the creative process. 

            Print out these cutouts and let the kids add their own twist to this timeless             decoration! 

            4. Sweets Display 

            Display sweet treats on large trays, including dates, coffee, and any typical sweet             treats that you would have at Eid. This is a great way to be prepared for guests and             allows you to showcase your favourite decoration trays and assortment of goodies in             the process. 

            5. Decorate your Front Door 

            The entrance to your home is the first thing that people see when they come to visit,             so make sure you show it some love. It can be as simple as placing an “Eid Mubarak”             sign on your door. You can even make this a DIY Ramadan decoration or purchase it             online!