The holiday season has arrived and it’s time to shop for seasonal decor. For Black families finding decor to deck our halls for the holiday usually starts as soon as the decor is put on the display shelf. The reason for this is, on top of holiday decor, in general being limited, decor depicting Black Santa’s, angels, etc. is even more limited. It’s for this reason, I have decided to look on the internet and seek out Black-owned holiday shops businesses. These shops are all about Black culture and representation not only during the holidays but year-round.

The shops below feature a number of holiday products from ornaments, wrapping paper, greeting cards, and fashion. Click on the business name to be taken to their shop page to start shopping or click on the product description to be taken to the specific product page.

Nicole Marie Paperie

Black-Owned Holiday Shops

Photo Credit: Nicole Marie Paperie – Red Greeting Card

Midnight Reflections, LLC

Melanin-filled wrapping paper.

Black-Owned Holiday Shops

Photo Credit: Midnight Reflections, LLC – Mudcloth White Wrapping Paper

Creative Pounds

Photo Credit: Creative Pounds – Have a Very Melanin Christmas Gift Wrapping Paper

Cheer Notes

Shop greeting cards for every milestone and holiday

Black-Owned Holiday Shops

Photo Credit: Cheer Notes – Cozy Cheers

Green Top Gifts

Photo Credit: Green Top Gifts – Clarence Claus

Noonday Collection

Photo Credit: Noonday Collection – Zardozi Tree Topper

Peace of Mine Crafts

Photo Credit: Peace of Mine Crafts – Soul Christmas


Photo Credit: Loc-Inspirations – Purple Kente Ornament and Tree Skirt

Reflektion Design

Photo Credit: Reflektion Design – Green Ankara Fabric Christmas Stocking


Photo Credit: Unwrp – Ada Twist Reversible Gift Wrap

Tees In The Trap

Photo Credit: Tees In The Trap – Get It Girl Wrapping Paper

Copper and Brass Paper

Photo Credit: Copper and Brass Paper – Does Santa Look Like Me

The Trini Gee

Photo Credit: The Trini Gee – Black Nutcrackers Sweatshirt

Black Paper Party

Photo Credit: Black Paper Party – Black Children African American Children Wrapping Paper

For even more Black-owned businesses to shop be sure to check out

100 Black-Owned Businesses To Support Today, Tomorrow, and Forever


What are some of your favorite Black-Owned Holiday Shops? List them below in the comments to keep this list growing.

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Maria Antionette is a professional hairstylist, DIY creator and fashion lover with a belief that beauty can be fun, easy and simple.
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