Welcome to a whole new world of disposable party décor
Curated assortment of partyware inspired by world travels…
Eid Creations offers sophisticated, collection based, mix and match disposable party decor.
Inspired by world cultures, our elegant porcelain-like plates and unique decorations open a whole new world of entertainment possibilities for you, your guests, your events and your tablescapes.
Where we began…
As the fundraising and event chair at her children’s school, our founder and creative director, Rana Bacaloni saw a gap in the party decor market when she was organizing events for Ramadan and Eid. Realizing that she couldn’t be the only person who wanted beautifully crafted party decor for such occasions, Rana decided to fill the void in this non existent niche market by creating her own upscale paper products.
In 2011, Eid Creations was the first company to design and mass produce for Ramadan and Eid holidays. Her designs are highly sought after and are sold around the world (including Oriental Trading!).
Where we are going…
With the success of our Islamic holiday party lines, we wanted to share our love of cultures, parties and tableware with everyone! In 2019, we launched our mix and match concept for all occasions. Every one of our pieces can be combined to create a table setting as unique as you, your friends and your family.
We started our journey across the world with Marrakesh, a city renowned for its bazaars and its use of colors; it is no wonder that Marrakesh has been the source of inspiration to such renowned designers such as Yves Saint Laurent.
Our goal is to create a “paper Renaissance” by offering products inspired by different cultures along the trade routes of the ancient world.
Whether it’s Thanksgiving dinner, a bridal shower or just a regular girls’ night, Eid Creations’ tableware will help you create the perfect atmosphere for your celebration.
Fluent in five languages, Rana is truly a citizen of the world having travelled extensively around the world and having lived in cities such as Beirut, Paris, Rome and Geneva before ultimating calling Los Angeles home.
Having lived in times of war has shaped Rana’s sensitivity for world affairs and integration, but it is in times of peace that Rana developed an affinity for beautiful and uniquely crafted objects that adorn the streets of bazaars, flea markets and souks and a love for gatherings and degustation of ethnic foods with friends and family to celebrate life.