You may not be able to give your friends and loved ones an easy fast, but wish them a blessed month with online Ramadan greeting cards. Start your message with a design inspired by the joys of every night of the holiday—colorful sunset light, cool evening shade, and sumptuous iftar feasts. You’ll find other traditional fixtures, too, including famous lanterns, traditional metallic latticework, and contemporary woodgrain textures. If you prefer a more understated look, choose "Ramadan Mubarak" cards with the season’s greetings spelled out in elegant typography. However you choose to extend your regards, you’ll find a card that embodies the beauty and solemnity of Ramadan and celebrates your family’s own traditions.
When you’ve found the perfect design for your Ramadan cards, use the online design tool to complete your wording, including picking out new fonts and type colors. You aren’t limited to just words on the page, either—pick out a new envelope liner for your card and a matching digital backdrop, along with a stamp that suits your style. Our veritable library of traditional and modern accoutrements is full of designs as diverse and as well-appointed as the ways there are to celebrate around the world. It certainly makes online delivery a banner event (not something often said about opening email).
Next, plan your delivery with the help of the online address book—if you’re not new to Paperless Post, you’ll find past recipients’ addresses ready and waiting for your use. You can even save them to a custom list just for Ramadan greetings to speed up future organizing efforts. Once you’ve put together your mailing list, sending your card and tracking its delivery are as simple as two clicks. After that, let the responses roll in to your Ramadan greeting, and start preparing for your iftar feast. (And speaking of, we happen to have the perfect Ramadan invitations for it.)
There are so many ways to send Ramadan wishes, and an online card from Paperless Post is the best way to get your message across. The most common and widely appreciated sentiment is Ramadan Mubarak, which translates from Arabic to English to mean "Blessed Ramadan." Because Ramadan is such a holy month in Islamic culture, you really can't go wrong by wishing someone "Ramadan Mubarak." Another option is Ramadan Kareem, which most closely translates to "generous Ramadan." However, Ramadan Kareem is less common that Ramadan Mubarak, and can sometimes be misinterpreted. If you feel more comfortable sticking to English, there's nothing wrong with wishing someone a happy Ramadan—and, in fact, it's quite a lovely and polite thing to do.
Two Eids a year means you get to choose two Eid greetings to each of your loved ones—and we've got an incredible selection to choose from. Wish your friends and family a happy Eid with colorful online Eid Mubarak cards featuring traditional architectural details, lanterns, florals, and beautiful Arabic lettering. You can use our wording as a guide, or customize your Eid card to your heart's content. Add a photo to make your Eid Mubarak wishes even more personal. No matter what Eid card you choose, you can be sure the receiver will be appreciative and send you an "Eid Mubarak" that's filled with love in return.