Marwa's Ramadan Decor Picks

Ramadan is only a couple weeks away! One of my very favorite things to do celebrate our beautiful month is decorating my home and hosting gatherings with my big Syrian family. Decorating my home really sets the tone for Ramadan, and now there are so many companies providing chic, elegant decor. I put together this list of Ramadan decor resources for my beloved Vela community because I know how much you guys love a vibe!

Celebrate Iftar with a Special Table Setting:

Pick a color scheme and use small design elements in your table decor, like candles or palm fronds. I used these fronds from my back yard, so get creative and use what you have. These amazing plates are from @daysofeid
You can also add a touch of personalization by printing a greeting card, a dua on some card stock, or the iftar menu. My family loved that I added a reference to our hometown Aleppo.
Versatile decor pieces can be so fun:
Modern Eid is a traiblazer when it comes to Ramadan and Eid decor. This gorgeous centerpiece is so versatile because you place it on your dining table, your mantle place, anywhere really and it adds just the right vibe. @moderneid
A few thoughtful pieces is all you need:
The Rustik Home crafts unique Ramadan decor that will have your friends asking where you got that Ramadan garland from. They create trivets and pieces that make great Eid gifts. @therustikhome
Affordable Ramadan plates can transform a table:

Eid Creations has a selection of beautiful porcelain like tableware that really elevates your iftar table. Easy clean up is also the best when you're feeling that post iftar tiredness. @eidcreations

Elegant, intentional Ramadan decor is the way to go:

Studio Nayma creates some of the chicest Ramadan and Eid decor that you will actually be excited to use every year. Timeless and minimal, they not only craft neon moon lights but so many other creative pieces. @studionayma

Break your fast in a beautiful way:Days of Eid's Moon and Star Platter make breaking your fast an experience. They're Ramadan Countdown calendar is also a real treat if you have any little ones. @daysofeid

Celebrate the gift of Salat by praying beautifully:
Serenity Scarves have been my go to prayer attire for years. Crafted in silk, with beautiful patterns and an all-in-one piece, it makes the gift of connecting with Allah even more special. @serenityscarves
Send a card to far away loved ones:
Hello Holy Days make the cutest Ramadan and Eid cards to send love to those who are far away because of Covid. There's nothing like receiving a letter in the mail. @helloholydays 

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