As we move into one of our holiest times of the year, it’s time for us and our loved ones to focus on all of our good actions and thoughts, and commemorate the Quran, in this holy month of Ramadan. During this month we’ll focus on our Duas, and spend some really special time with our families and friends. It’s a time of year that we all anticipate, and whether you’re looking forward to saying Happy Ramadan to your friends and family, or you’re choosing some of the best ways to send well-wishes to them, we’ve compiled our favourite ideas to say Happy Ramadan this year.
How To Say Happy Ramadan
For your friends and family that are celebrating Ramadan, you can wish them Happy Ramadan even if you’re not! Say ‘Ramadan Kareem’ to wish your friends and family ‘a generous Ramadan’, as part of the season of Ramadan is being generous and forgiving; this’ll be the perfect well-wishing for those observing this holy time of year. Another well-wishing exchange this month is, of course, ‘Ramadan Mubarak’, which means ‘Happy Ramadan’!
Gift To Say Happy Ramadan
If you have loved ones that are celebrating Ramadan and you’d like to send them some well-wishes, you could consider a really special gift, to suit the very personal nature of how they observe Ramadan. When gifting during the upcoming month, it’s important to choose gifts that aren’t wasteful. We think a great idea to say Ramadan Mubarak to your loved ones is to give them the gift of a prayer mat that is perfect for them, as they’re guaranteed to use it this month, and onwards.
When gifting during Ramadan, choose gifts that intend on pleasing Allah, and one that will earn his rewards. If you’re considering a prayer mat, choose one that will enhance your loved ones’ praying experience, making for a special gift.
For example, if your friend or family member has been experiencing some aches and pains, you could choose a padded prayer mat for them, which will be especially soft on their knees, so they can focus on their prayers. This will make a meaningful gift even more thoughtful.
One of our favourite ideas for choosing a special gift for your loved one this Ramadan, is opting to personalise their prayer mat. You could embroider their name or initials into it to make it one of their most personal possessions.
Decorate Your Home For Ramadan
If you’re looking for a way to say Happy Ramadan to those celebrating with you, decorating for Ramadan is one way to create that joyous feeling in your home. When your family comes together to celebrate, you’ll have added something extra special to your environment.
You could opt for buntings, balloons, tassels, or calendars, in various different styles, colours, and themes, which are guaranteed to be perfect for making this year’s Ramadan special for your children, and even for yourselves.
To say Happy Ramadan this year, we especially love bunting, such as this pastel bunting that says ‘Ramadan Kareem’ – there’s a natural-coloured hessian option too, for neutral themes. Although, if you’re looking for something a bit different, why not choose some themed lighting to put up around your table, when the time comes? Or, you could just use them to brighten up any room. These moon and star LED string lights are perfect to sparkle and shine in your home!
There are lots of different ways to say Happy Ramadan to your friends and your family, whether you’re celebrating the holy month, or you’d like to send your loved ones some well wishing’s. It doesn’t matter if you’ve chosen to decorate your home or decided on sending or giving some special gifts, the most meaningful part of this celebration is to focus on good actions and thoughts. So, when you’re wishing your loved ones a Happy Ramadan, bear in mind your good intentions and focus on this special month.