Eid al-Fitr Floral Centerpiece

This simple arrangement of summery blooms -- decorated with glittered tags -- is adapted for the Eid dinner table. For those that don't drink alcohol and won't have empty wine bottles, empty Sharbat bottles leftover from Ramadan can be used instead. 

Photography: Manal Aman

Source: Martha Stewart


When prepping glass vessels for this project, be sure to use our simple trick to washing and drying bottles.


  • Summer flowers (We used delphium, hydrangeas, veronica, statis, peonies, and mint.)
  • Clear glass bottles
  • Gold glittered cardstock
  • Star paper punches, measuring 1-and-2-inches
  • Twine
  • Small hole punch 1/16 inches
  • Scissors
  • Optional: Tin can (for making crescent shapes)


  1. Draw crescent moon shapes onto glittered gold cardstock paper or use a tin can to trace out the shape; cut out.

  2. Using star-shaped punches; punch stars from the gold glittered cardstock.

  3. Punch a small hole on top of each moon and star; thread with twine and tie ends.

  4. Hang tags off of bottles. Place one or two stems of flowers in each bottle.


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