Moon in Bloom
Moroccan Doors - Gold
Jali - Woodgrain
Masjid at Dusk
Ramadan Mubarak (Invitation)
Rub el Hizb
Rabat - Midnight
It’s a month of tradition, togetherness, and evening lights, even if the day requires a bit of fasting to get there. Invite friends and family to gather over a fabulous Iftar feast with online Ramadan invitations that capture the beauty and solemnity of the season—and some of the beauty from your splendid table, too.
You’ll be able to unite traditionally lovely decorations and modern flair with designs featuring metallic latticework, fanous lanterns, and other prints and patterns. Jonathan Adler’s Ramadan designs invite a bit of mid-century modern inspiration with traditional lapis and silver in new geometric arrangements. Bernard Maisner offers his elegant hand to a design inspired by carved Moroccan doors so that you can offer a “Ramadan Mubarak” with the grace of calligraphy. Since you won’t break the fast until night falls, invitations that feature warm sunset blushes and oranges are a great beginning for a dinner that goes well after dark.
When you find an invitation that’s perfect for your party, take care of the important details with the online design tool. It’s easy to handle filling in the date, time, and particulars, but there’s plenty of extra room to make your stylistic marks. Pick out new fonts and colors for your message and select an envelope liner to match in a pattern, print, or solid color. There’s also new designed backdrops—custom-matched to your invitation—that conjure a bit of evening atmosphere in every part of your delivery.
We’re sure your guests will be eager for dinner, but in case you need a bit of help managing the headcount (and setting the right number of places), our smart online tools make planning simple. Keep track of your guests’ RSVPs and use guest messaging to communicate any last minute changes of plan. You can even track whether your invitation has been opened, in case you need to make a follow-up call. If your guests can’t join you, send a Ramadan Mubarak card to make sure that the sentiment reaches them in their absence.