10 Muslim-Owned Businesses You Should Support This Eid

Want to support a small Muslim-owned business this year? With Eid coming, now is a great time to show some love to Muslim-owned small businesses. Here’s some of the businesses that I think deserve all of your love!

In-T First (You First) or @intfirst is a curated monthly box for Muslim women!

The current box includes:

  • The book Once Upon an Eid
  • A metal star book mark
  • An Eid Mubarak sweet treat box or two Eid greeting cards
  • Eid Mubarak money envelopes 
  • A beautiful chiffon pleaded hijab/scarf

ICEYDESIGNS for all your stationary needs.

New York Times best-selling author Hafsah Faizal sells these bookish gift sets which you can find here.

Bracelet and Bangle Boutique is a family-owned business that’s been in Tasneem’s family for three generations!

Use code TASNEEM30 for the Eid sale!

@Fazeeart is a U.S.-based Muslim artist who does customized art.

You can DM her on Instagram at @fazeeart for commissions.

Shop With a Spin for cute home decor.

You can buy everything from Ramadan and Eid decorations to wall art to decorate your kids’ bedroom here!

Ardere Cosmetics for all your beauty needs.

Ardere Cosmetics is founded by a British Muslim woman. You can shop her store here!

Lilly & LuLu Co. (@lillyandluluco on Instagram) for homemade wooden decor with Islamic phrases.

You can buy this aesthetically pleasing sign and more here!

Bismillah Box has boxes for Muslim women and kids.

This box includes about five to seven products, and is curated for Muslim women everywhere. Picutured above is the box for kids. (Yes, there’s a kids’ box.)

If you’re interested, you can get your box here!

Fofky’s is a Muslim-owned online book and coffee/tea shop that also features boxes.

Besides their boxes, they also feature a “collection of Muslim authored reads, children’s literature, cook books, Muslim and Urban fiction, and Islamicate (friends of Islam) books.” Check them out!

Zainab Anwar on Redbubble, who makes custom-made artwork and designs.

Redbubble is a website that has custom-made designs, and the proceeds go to support artists. What some of you might not know is that you can also find Islamic-curated prints on the site. Zainab Anwar is one of the artists on Redbubble, and you can find her work here!