We created a festive rose gold Ramadan decor look featuring a basic black and white palette with highlights of rose gold, and of course, a pop of green elements. Included those natural elements always elevates a look – even if they’re faux.
Let’s start with the rose gold Ramadan foil balloons. We love that it’s all connected and small enough to be included in any decor. Just blow it up, run a few strings through and you’re good to go! And since we’re talking about balloons. We’re loving the 12 pack of white and rose gold balloons, as are the kids!
Now let’s take a closer look. We took their cooper moons & star food servings tins and placed them upright as decor! You have to think outside of the box sometimes when it comes to decor. They look just fantastic.
Lastly, their fantastic lanterns. They have a massive selection of all sizes and styles of lanterns. We opted to combine their smaller tea light lantern with a taller brass lantern.
A Little Dose of Pink
A simple, pastel look for this Ramadan decor. To cut up the fireplace and it’s large tiles, we hung the Ramadan Mubarak banner. And sprinkled some of the 12 pack of white and rose gold balloons on the floor. And we took one of their large Eid Mubarak gift sacks to cap off the look. It’s so smart to have a handful of these burlap bags around to wrap those hard-to-wrap-gifts. Not only does it look good, but it’s so practical.
Let’s talk about these fantastic two pack of rose gold crescent moon foil balloons. They make quite a quick and easy statement for your Ramadan or Eid decor. We coupled that with our mirror and faux garland. And of course, we sprinkled those fantastic lanterns over here as well: smaller tea light lantern with a taller brass lantern.
Lastly, we hung some of our favorite, versatile geometric wooden hanging lanterns. They come in a variety of colors and designs, and can seriously be used in so many different ways.