Yes! This is how I handle all holidays. If I know the person’s preference, I wish them first merry Christmas (my tradition through upbringing, if not belief) and then whatever their tradition is. I first wish them that the day I celebrate be good for them, even if they are not celebrating, because I wish my holiday to include everyone in happiness, and then I wish them their tradition, because I wish them to have fun on their holiday.
I would rather someone wish me happy their tradition than happy my tradition. It makes me feel included in the joy of their celebration and it holds more meaning to them than my tradition does, so wishing me happiness for it is more heartfelt.
It’s silly to be insulted by someone wishing you happiness on a holiday you don’t celebrate. That’s like being upset because someone wished you a nice weekend and you happen to work weekends.