A Secret Eid gift exchange is a wonderful way to get together and give each other presents during your Eid celebration. It is similar to Secret Santa, where families and friends draw names to surprise each other with gifts at Christmas. Secret Eid works the same way, except it’s celebrated during Eid al-Fitr.
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How does a Secret Eid gift exchange work?
How do you organise a Secret Eid gift exchange? It’s really simple.
Go to our Secret Eid Generator and enter the names of the friends or family members you want to invite to your Secret Eid gift exchange. Next set your exclusions: who shouldn’t draw who. And finally set a budget and date for the gift exchange.
You are now ready to draw names online for your Eid celebrations!
After the names are drawn each invited group member can create a wish list. Need inspiration? Our Gift Finder is filled with millions of popular gifts.
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Are you excited yet about celebrating Secret Eid with your family or friends? Invite them and put the Secret Eid Generator to work!
Family, friends and food
Eid al-Fitr is all about being together with family and friends. People greet each other with “Eid Mubarak”, which means a blessed holiday in Arabic. After prayers, everyone comes together to eat and exchange Eid gifts. It’s tradition to visit the eldest family members' home and bring sweets and gifts.
Food is very important during Eid al-Fitr. The most delicious treats and meals are made to celebrate the end of the Ramadan fast. Meat stews and curries, tagine dishes, and sweet desserts such as Sheer vermicelli milk, date biscuits called Ma’amoul, baklava and chebakia (fried dough with honey) … and lots, lots more.
Family, friends, good food and Eid gifts. These are the ingredients for a smashing Eid al-Fitr celebration. We wish you a happy Ramadan and a wonderful Eid al-Fitr this year. Eid Mubarak!