The holy month of Ramadan is a great time to send well wishes. Using Ramadan and Eid Mubarak card templates you can create beautiful designs for your brand.
Every year, Muslims around the world observe the month of Ramadan. Ramadan is incredibly important in Islam as it recalls the month when Allah revealed the first chapters of the Quran to the Prophet Muhammad in 610.
For observant Muslims, this holiest of months means abstaining from food and drink during daylight hours, avoiding negative thoughts, and engaging in prayer and acts of charity.
Ramadan takes place annually on the ninth month of Islamic calendar. However, because the Islamic calendar is 10-12 days shorter than the Gregorian calendar—the calendar most commonly used around the world—Ramadan falls on a different date every year. This year, Ramadan begins in the evening of the 12th of April and ends at sunset on the 12th of May.
At the end of the month of Ramadan, Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr (The Festival of Breaking the Fast). ‘Eid’ literally means ‘festival’ or ‘feast’ in Arabic, and Muslims typically celebrate the occasion in a variety of ways. These include visiting mosques, reciting a special set of prayers (Salat al-Eid), exchanging presents and enjoying the first daylight meal with family and friends after a month of fasting. In 2021, Eid al-Fitr falls on the 13 of May. Eid is then celebrated for one to three days, depending on the country.
Ramadan is a great time to start sending well wishes to customers, clients, business partners, friends and family in the form of customized Ramadan greetings cards and Eid Mubarak cards.
Here are a few of most common, universal ways to greet someone during Ramadan:
There are also localized greetings in every other country. For example, in Malaysia, the two main greetings used during this festive season are:
However, if you are unsure, the general greeting works just fine.
The next question is: how do you want to send this Ramadan greeting card? An e-card just has so many upsides; it’s much easier when sending to many people, it can be personalized, it’s cost-effective, and it can be used as a marketing tool too by posting it on your social media accounts.
The best part is you can send either a simple image e-card or a short video e-card to share your well wishes. Both options definitely stand out and give you the ability to personalize it with your logo. If you want to know how to make a Ramadan card, check out some of the great templates below.
Here are some of the best simple and beautiful video templates to select from.
Sparkling gold and silver lanterns spin against a deep blue background in this gorgeous video template. Simply drag and drop your chosen text and assets into the template and you’re ready to render. It’s as simple as that.
An immensely charming selection of animated Ramadan-themed lower thirds that are guaranteed to elevate your video content while putting a smile on the faces of your audience.
A painstakingly modelled three-dimensional Quran forms the centerpiece of this stunning opener. A perfect intro for all your Ramadan content.
Let this opener draw your audience into a dreamlike state with its beautifully designed vignettes of otherworldly locations, including the open sea and magical forests. Kids and grown-ups alike are bound to fall in love with this one.
A perfectly arranged score, dappled starlight, and intricate geometric patterns combine to make this atmospheric Ramadan and Quran opener a feast for all the senses.
An energetic opener that swirls and glides around its central motif: a beautifully rendered golden mosque. If you’re looking for professionalism and versatility, this opener has both qualities in abundance.
Maybe you want to keep it super simple this year, and just need a nice, unique and creative image design to turn into an e-card? Here are some options for you to choose from.
Two stylish orange and white card templates provide an elegant way to greet your friends, family, colleagues, or clients this Eid al-Fitr.
Minimal and modern interpretations of classic Islamic patterns. And with 21 seamless, kaleidoscopic designs to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect background for your Ramadan-themed content.
Looking for a way to display your title and brand logo against a professional, inviting background? This Ramadan-themed pack consists of 7 blisteringly HD background templates for use across your presentations and videos.
These colorful and customizable Islamic backgrounds are all soft blues, deep reds, and warm sources of illumination. Perfectly suited to help you celebrate Islamic festivals on your social media channels.
We love the intricately patterned crescents and sumptuous colors in these Eid Mubarak greeting cards. Best of all, they come in Arabic and English versions right out of the box, so you can mix and match your content depending on your audience.
Although we love the rich golds and lush greens of the default setup, every element on this glossy, eye-catching flyer template can be chopped and changed to suit your aesthetic in a matter of minutes. Just add your details and you’re ready to print.
With gorgeous, easy-to-customize templates like these, the hardest part is picking a favorite. Once that final hurdle is out of the way and you’ve added your logo and branding, you’ll be ready to send out well wishes during the holy month of Ramadan. We can’t wait to see what you come up with. See you in April!
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