1. Arden Caroline: Arden has been my favorite name since I was 16. Different, strong, elegant, feminine. Brings to mind Elizabeth Arden and the Forest of Ardennes. Means "valley of the eagle," similar to ardent, which I also love the meaning of. Also the name of the magical forest in Shakespeare's As You Like It, and his mother's name was Mary Arden. Caroline is meaningful also - my grandmother is Carol, and I love the classic elegance and it reminds me of the Kennedys.
2. Remy Charlotte: Remy, from one of my favorite books growing up ("This Lullaby" by Sarah Dessen). Another unusual and "hard" yet feminine (to me) name - I prefer "hard" names for girls and "soft" names for boys. Charlotte - inspired by Charlotte from Sex and the City and classic, timeless to balance the more unisex first name.
3. This is where I can't really decide! I've been liking Bellamy Jane as a combo, though might be too similar to Remy. Makes me think of "belle amie" - french for beautiful/lovely friend. The French language and culture is very near and dear to me, so this gives the name an extra layer of meaning to me. Jane - I love these classic, timeless middles to offset a quirky first! Also, similar to June, which is my other grandmother's middle name.