This time we’re shifting the focus to the glorious Eid day! I loved sharing businesses who catered for Ramadan and this time I’ve got my picks for Eid, highlighting 5 Muslim-owned shops to have on your radar for decorations, gift giving and more!

As you know, I’ve split this into 2 posts (even though most have both Ramadan & Eid products on sale) just to make it easier for you to navigate! If you’re a Muslim, hopefully you’ll find something for you! And if you’re not a Muslim, maybe you’ll find some cards or gift ideas for friends/family. Here’s the link to the previous post.

So let’s go! In no particular order, my 5 picks for Eid shopping:

1. Peace & Blessings

Ok, I know they already got mentioned in the last round up but they very kindly sent me* over a sneak peek of their new Eid Mubarak fabric bunting collection and it is AMAZING. Seriously, it’s the bunting I dream of. When I say it’s gorgeous, I really mean it. From the quality of the fabric, to the stitching and design. Plus it’s made from responsibly sourced materials AND by a women’s collective in India. Brands like this make my heart sing. Yes it’s on the pricier end of bunting but the design is timeless and I’m sure you’ll be using it for years.

Alongside the bunting you’ll find beautiful tins of cookie cutters or even truffles to gift. It’s no wonder they stock at places like John Lewis- top notch products!

My pick: Eid Mubarak fabric bunting.

Website: https://peaceandblessings.co.uk

*Sent as a gift, no obligation to post but this is a brand I buy from myself.

2. Mummy’s Bubble

This was a new-to-me brand via my shoutout for small businesses. A handmade family business with a bright and colourful aesthetic. I actually really love the look of the pompom garlands (and actually the Christmas range is super cute!) Whether you’re looking for pompoms for decorations or a gift for a baby, have a browse!

My pick: Eid Mubarak greeting cards

Website: https://www.mummysbubble.com/

3. The Lettered Inkling

Moving onto greeting cards and gifts! Another new-to-me brand but oh so cute. Head over to their Etsy for the cutest prints and cards. This samosa one made me laugh (especially if you’ve been following my samosa making on Instagram). But I love the bright and cheerful style- perfect for a kids room or to send cards that will have you smiling.

My pick: Eid card set

Website: https://www.etsy.com/shop/theletteredinkling/

4. Posies and Bonbons

You know I love a Cricut business! Alieha actually sent me a box ages ago- maybe over a year ago? (you might have caught it on my Instagram) and I was blown away by the packaging. For one thing, it smelt divine! But it was so carefully and beautifully put together. Head to her Instagram so see the bespoke packages she makes. As much as I like present buying, sometimes it’s nice to outsource the hard work plus, who wouldn’t be thrilled to receive one of these on Eid?

My pick: I love the bespoke candles she creates

Website: https://www.instagram.com/posiesandbonbons/

5. Silver Lining

Where have you been if you haven’t come across Silver Lining before? The go-to stockists of basically everything you may ever need. Trays, decorations, gifts- a true one-stop shop for all the things you might need. There’s even a 15% off sale at the moment for Eid!

My pick: So many to pick from but the Luna serving board is the one for me!

Website: https://www.everycloud-silverlining.co.uk/

There you have it…

Not an exhaustive list of brands/companies but some which I think you’ll enjoy. Let me know what you think or any products/brands you think I’ve missed out!

I hope you do join me over on my Instagram as I share more about this holy month and what it means to me.

Love,

P.S. I haven’t received anything in return for this feature from any of the brands. Some are ones I have bought from before, been given as a present from family/friends, or previously had a PR gifts from. A couple are new to me via my call on social media for business to be showcased and have not been personally tested by me (those have been clearly noted for transparency).

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s