My favourites (in no particular order):
Elizabeth Arwen - beautiful classic with unexpected, magical middle.
Minerva Melody - similar contrast to Elizabeth Arwen. Great flow and lovely alliteration.
Felicity Emma - I agree with pp, love the Jane Austen feel :)
Cordelia Vesper - again, love the Shakespearean classic with unusual mn.
Alethea Willow - has an spritely, ethereal quality.
Gwendolyn Eva - love both names, and adore Wendy and Gwen.
If I can play with them a bit:
You have some excellent names here. I really like these.
Elizabeth Arwen - though this reminds me a lot of Elizabeth Arden.....
Felicity Emma - SO STUNNING!
Lucy Amadea - love!
Mavis Linnea - love
Elizabeth Arwen - love!
Gwendolyn Eva - love love love!
Fay Sakura - this is okay, Sakura is very unfamiliar and sounds a bit like saccharine but....love Fay!
Alethea Willow (nn Thea) - I prefer just Althea, but it's a nice combo
Miranda Kelly - this sounds like a celebrity name, it's very pretty, it just really sounds like a news anchor or something.
Magnolia Seren (nn Meg) - I like Magnolia a lot
Cordelia Vesper (nn Cora) - pretty!
Minerva Melody (nn Min or Nuri) - I like Minerva, I'd prefer it with a different middle--Minerva Willow? Minerva Linnea?
Felicity Emma - okay, not nearly as interesting as your other combos.
Mei Ariadne - Like Ariadne, Mei is pretty but I'd like it better switched about Ariadne Mei
Mira Beatrix - love Beatrix, I have the same problem with Mira as I have with Kyra and Kaia--unfamiliar and uncertain pronunciation
Kyra Megumi (Meh-goo-me) -never heard of Megumi, it's not a pleasant sound. Is Kyra like Kear-uh or Kye-ruh? What about Lyra?
Kaia Verity (Kaia is kye-uh) - Love Verity. Kaia is a pretty sound, but it's never a good sign when you have to explain how it's pronounced.
Saskia Lucy (nn Kia) - love Lucy, Saskia sounds too much like Sasquatch to me.
Fiorella Sophie - sorry, Fiorella sounds like a type of pasta to me. The flow is nice though.
Esla Lillian - Esla doesn't sound like a name to me, it's very unfamiliar.
SaskiaLucy (nn Kia) -- 7/10, I don't love either name but it's not bad
FaySakura -- 4/10, I really don't like Fay - I'd prefer Fable or May. Sakura is beautiful, though.
MavisLinnea (nn Mave or May) -- 4/10, again I really don't like Mavis. Linnea is pretty, however.
ElizabethArwen (nn Libby or Libba) -- 10/10, absolutely perfect! The only thing I don't like is the nickname.. Libby sounds kind of trashy to me.
LunaSarai -- 9/10, so pretty!
GwendolynEva (nn Wendi or Gwen) -- 6/10, I don't love Gwendolyn nor Gwen, but I like Eva.
KaiaVerity (Kaia is kye-uh) -- 1/10, neither name is my style
AletheaWillow (nn Thea) -- 8/10, very delicate and pretty!
KyraMegumi (Meh-goo-me) -- 1/10, Kyra is beginning to sound dated to me, and this just isn't my style.
MirandaKelly (Kelly is my mom's name; nn Miri) -- 8/10, Miranda is very refreshing and pretty! I don't like Kelly, but here I like it because it honours.
LucyAmadea -- 7/10, I love Amadea so much, but Lucy is a little plain to me.
MagnoliaSeren (nn Meg) -- 5/10, not my style either.
CordeliaVesper (nn Cora) -- 6/10, love Cordelia but hate Vesper
Esla Lillian -- Did you mean Elsa? 9/10 for Elsa, but 2/10 for Esla
FiorellaSophie (nn Fia or Ellie) -- 3/10, not my style
MinervaMelody (nn Min or Nuri) -- 5/10, Minerva is cool but I don't like the alliteration
FelicityEmma (nn Lissie, Fia or Fi) -- 3/10, not my style and I've just never liked Felicity
MeiAriadne -- 7/10, prefer May, but this is pretty
MiraBeatrix -- 6/10, love Mira, but not Beatrix
I like Lucy Amedea and Felicity Emma the best!
What a great list! My favorites are:
Luna Sarai - I love Luna lately, so pretty and sassy!
Cordelia Vesper: love both of these names! elegant, romantic and beautiful. somehow it feels sort of medieval
Fiorella Sophie: the exotic Italian vibe of Fiorella matches up really well with the prim, buttoned-up British feel of Sophie
Magnolia Seren: spunky, sweet and pretty. I imagine a playful girl who loves wearing dresses and playing with dolls. It has a Southern feel to me.
Minerva Melody- alliteration is hit or miss for me, but this works. playful and girly
Felicity Emma- love Felicity, also feels very upper-class British. not a big fan of Emma- Felicity Beatrix or Felicity Vesper maybe?
Elizabeth Arwen- love Elizabeth, it's so classic and historical, feels regal yet down to earth. Arwen is okay but doesn't do a whole lot for me- Elizabeth Minerva or Elizabeth Amadea would be nice
Miranda Kelly- Miranda is beautiful, but I find Kelly seems like a surname when put in the middle because of Grace Kelly and Autumn Kelly