Both Eid al Adha and Eid al Fitr are very festive occasions in our home. There’s of course a lot of food and gifts, but I also make sure we have decorations up in the house to get the kids excited as well. Below are some easy Eid decor ideas for your home as well as affiliate links for the items. I have some great Ramadan decorations if you’re looking for those as well.
After doing a lot of searching, I finally settled on Amazon for the majority of my Eid decorations. My focal point is this Happy Eid balloon sign (affiliate link) and then I built around it. The kit comes with some confetti balloons and pink balloons, I just didn’t put them up.
Sticking with the black, gold, and white theme, I found this set of paper fans (affiliate link) on Amazon as well to complement the Happy Eid sign. They come in a set of 8 and are very easy to put together and hang up.
Gold Accent Candleholders
I bought these candleholders a few years ago from Dollar Tree for a birthday party and just reused them to enhance the mantle. I found a nearly identical set of gold geometric candleholders (affiliate link) on Amazon for you though.
Eid al Adha Piñata
These easy Eid decor ideas can be used for either Eid al Fitr or Eid al Adha, with the exception of the cow piñata (affiliate link) I found at Party City. We typically donate our entire Qurbani via Islamic Relief abroad, but I wanted my kids to learn about the tradition associated with it. So we are sacrificing a cow piñata. The plan is to fill it with a mix of candy and money and the kids will divide it into thirds – 1/3 will be donated, 1/3 will be given to friends, and 1/3 they can keep.
I love these decorations because they’re fairly inexpensive and can be used again and again. What do you do to make Eid exciting in your home?