By: Nazima Qureshi, RD, MPH
As you prepare for Eid celebrations, gift-giving may be on your mind. Families often have a variety of different traditions when it comes to gift-giving from Eid, from giving money to actual gifts. I prefer to support small, local businesses, while also giving unique and thoughtful gifts.
Here is the ultimate Eid Gift Guide for the men, women, children, and families in your life.
This wide range of watches allows you to give the gift of time while finding a style that suits the men in your life. These watches are quite unique in that the numbers are in Arabic numerals.
Price range: $90-$220
Give a high-quality soap set, while supporting a cause. Sitti Soap is a social enterprise bringing fair wages and employment to refugee women through the making of olive oil soap.
Sitti Black Wooden Gift Box $70.
Change it up with this self-care set for men, including beard oil spray as well as Calm, Sleepy, and Muscle and Joint Pain Rollers.
Men’s essential oil blend gift set. $65.
Give an experience rather than an item with this gift. Blooming Tulip Events is a collective of creative and wellness experiences. The next upcoming workshop is a Calligraphy workshop to teach you how to beautify your writing style.
Intro to Modern Calligraphy – $95
Alleviate the stress of what to wear on Eid by giving a stunning dress. From floral to satin, there is an elegant style for every woman at Hayah Collection.
Black Floral Sequin Ball Gown – $183
This gift is all about pampering and self-care. The gift box includes an essential oil fragrance, a necklace, Halal adult gummies, clay soap stones, a print, and an Eid Car.
Eid Gift Box – $35.60
Ruqaya’s Bookshelf publishes books featuring Muslim characters so children can not only relate to the characters they see in the book but also learn a valuable lesson.
Pair a Cotton Canvas Tote Bag ($14.99) with one or more books ($9.99 – $12.49)
This Eid Box is perfect for children who love arts and crafts. The kit includes a photo frame, various decoration items to decorate the frame, DIY photo props, as well as a personalized illustration of your family.
The Eid Box – $12.50
Give a little girl her first hijab and have it personalized too! Leena’s Hijabs are designed by 13-year-old Hana and her mom. These hijabs are stylish and come in 4 different sizes.
Girls’ hijabs $15-$30
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