Why Create Local Business Partnerships?
This month we have reached out to partner with local businesses in Toledo that are owned and operated by Muslim Women and we have invited them to partner with us to stock their items in store and to create unique Eid Gift Packages that you can share with your family.
We have come together to provide you and your loved ones with unique handmade products and gift packages for Eid celebrations, Ramadan gatherings, Youth Parties, Quran Recitation/Memorization Celebrations, Hijab Wearing Celebrations/Anniversaries, Birthdays, Aqd Celebrations, Weddings, and other year around events.
When you buy products from our collection your money goes a long way to help small businesses grow and it amplifies the voices of underrepresented women in business by allowing their products and business to flourish. These women have worked hard to follow in the footsteps of Khadiga, to serve their familes, and to serve their communities through the creation of specialty gifts and products.
If you are a Muslim Women Business Owner and would like to join our Merchants in stocking and selling your products at Modest Muslim Market please contact us by email at
ModestMuslimMarket@gmail.com or call/text us at 419-491-4672.
Modest Muslim Merchants – Women Owned Businesses Create Unique Partnerships @ModestMuslimMarket in Toledo, Ohio
MODEST MUSLIM MARKET IS PROUD TO INTRODUCE YOU TO OUR NEW COLLECTION OF IN STORE PRODUCTS MADE POSSIBLE BY OUR NEW PARTNERSHIPS WITH —
AYA KHALIL / The Arabic Quilt, SHAREEFA & BAYAN / Sprouting Buds, MIRVAT JAROUCHE / Sugar On Top, TAVA HALL / Blue Star by Tava
In addition to our existing partnerships with HENNESTADOR / TheHennaEffect, SAMIRA / Samira’s Salah Sets, and AMMEL / Socotra.
Scroll down to reach more about all of our amazing partners!
Blue Star by Tava
Soothing homemade Candles, Shea Butter, Body Butter, Skin Moisturizer & more by Tava Hall.
Our Products: Shea Butter, Body Butter, Skin Moisturizers, Candles
🔹Black owned ✊🏾🔹Woman owned 💪🏾🔹Muslim owned 🤲🏾🔹Natural & cruelty free 🚫🕯
Blue Star By Tava features a wide variety of scents that are natural, soothing, and exotic. Stop by Modest Muslim Market to try them all.
In store Candle/Shea Butter scents:
All Woman (Our Signature Scent), Weekend, Frankincense and Myrrh, Cotton Candy, Vanilla Coffee, Arabian Sandal Wood, Peaches and Cream, Original (Unscented), Honey Apple, Japanese Cherry Blossom,
Creative Educational Parties and Décor, Reviving Arabic and Islam thru play, DM for custom orders, Ships Worldwide, Toledo,OH
We are Shareefa and Bayan, the founders of Sprouting Buds. We strive to create products and resources that enrich and enlighten childrens minds. Incorporating the beautiful Arabic language and Islamic motifs in our products are essential for us. We are dedicated to planting seeds of love and learning in the little Sprouting Buds in our lives and yours. We take pride in hand-making and packaging every item that is delivered to our customers to ensure that they love it!
The Arabic Quilt, An Immigrant Story
Written By Aya Khalil Illustrated By Anait Semirdzhyan (Tilbury House Publishers)
Freelance Journalist and Blogger Aya Khalil, holds a master’s in Education with a focus in teaching English as a second language. She’s been featured in Teen Vogue, Yahoo! Book Riot and other publications. Her work has been published in The Huffington Post, The Christian Science Monitor, Toledo Area Parent and many others. She’s done sensitivity readings for DK Publishing/Penguin.
Aya is a picture book author and is represented by Brent Taylor of Triada US Agency. Her debut picture book THE ARABIC QUILT was published in February 2020 Tilbury House.
Aya Khalil is also an adjunct instructor at the University of Toledo. Besides writing and teaching, she enjoys spending time with her family, traveling and exercising.
She also does author visits at libraries and schools and sensitivity readings. Contact her for details.
Kanzi’s family has moved from Egypt to America, and on her first day in a new school, what she wants more than anything is to fit in. Maybe that’s why she forgets to take the kofta sandwich her mother has made for her lunch, but that backfires when Mama shows up at school with the sandwich. Mama wears a hijab and calls her daughter Habibti (dear one). When she leaves, the teasing starts.
That night, Kanzi wraps herself in the beautiful Arabic quilt her teita (grandma) in Cairo gave her and writes a poem in Arabic about the quilt. Next day her teacher sees the poem and gets the entire class excited about creating a “quilt” (a paper collage) of student names in Arabic. In the end, Kanzi’s most treasured reminder of her old home provides a pathway for acceptance in her new one.
This authentic story with beautiful illustrations includes a glossary of Arabic words and a presentation of Arabic letters with their phonetic English equivalents.
Sugar On Top
Sugar On Top
The BEST things in life are sweets 🍬 🍫
📍Locate in Toledo/OH.
📲DM or email me for pricing & inquiries
Sugar On Top has just what you need to satisfy that sweet tooth!
Custom made cakes, cookies, cake pops, chocolate fudge balls, coconut fudge bars, chocolate lollipops, sugar cookies with or without cake toppers, honey cakes, date filled cookies, dates filled with chocolates and walnuts, dates filed with almonds, and much more.
When you book an appointment through our site Henna will meet you at our vanity station in a private (curtain closed off) section of the Modest Muslim Market in Toledo, Ohio. Take a look at her work here!
Fill out the form below to request an appointment (time & date) and get a quote. Appointments should preferably be made 1 week in advanced or are subject to an up-charge:
Samiras Salah Sets & Socotra
Salah Sets by Samira and Socotra are our suppliers of custom made Mask, Wedding Gift Sets, Prayer Clothes – and soon to be T-Shirts & Hoodies (coming soon).
Their hand made and custom designed items are comfortable, and charitable – between 15 – 50 % of all proceeds go to CHARITY (depending on the item) to support families in need in Yemen, where over 24 Million people face the worlds worst humanitarian crisis today.