Ramadan Inspiration

Are you looking for some Ramadan ideas? So am I!

Ramadan Inspiration

Here are some inspirational ideas that I liked and thought you should check out.

Ramadan Inspiration

This dessert table by Amy Atlas may not be new but still inspirational and timeless.

Paper Garlands Holiday decorating is a must, and garlands are a great place to start!

Keep Calm It's Ramadan Free Printables

Keep calm it’s Ramadan. Enough said. ;) Find this cute FREE printable over at A Little Pixel.

Printable Ramadan and Eid Party Collection

These adorable paper lanterns can be used in so many different ways. Use them as home holiday decor, party decor, favor containers or even use them to create a countdown calendar. Get them from Sakina Design.

Ramadan Countdown Calendar

Speaking of countdown calendars, I’m loving this one. I wish I had the original source to link to for the how to, but you get the idea. :)

Palm Tree Favors for Ramadan

Okay, so I couldn’t find the direct source for these palm tree favor boxes, but I thought they were so cute I just had to share them. They would make fun dinner party favors for Ramadan. Fill them with a date and use them as part of the place setting.

Ramadan-Morning-Gift-BasketsLast but not least are these First Day of Ramadan Gift Baskets that Little Life of Mine put together for her daughters. I love this idea. It’s a great way to get the kiddos excited for Ramadan and keep them busy for the month.

I hope you found inspiration from today’s post. Need more ideas? Check out my Ramadan & Eid Pinterest board for more!

Ramadan Ideas from Ode to Inspiration

Also, be sure to check out some of my own ideas right here on OTI. Find them HERE.







  1. June 23, 2014  7:03 pm by ColleenB.~Texas Reply

    Everything looks so very lovely

  2. June 23, 2014  10:19 pm by Alana Reply

    Beautiful and creative as always. I'm interested in learning more about Ramadan now. The imagery is so pretty.

  3. June 24, 2014  9:02 pm by amy of while wearing heels Reply

    I'm sure you've helped inspire many to put some sweet, special homemade touches into their Ramadan celebration!

  4. June 29, 2014  11:37 am by Pik Reply

    Thanks for the mention. The other ideas are wonderful. We are honored.

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