View Poll Results: Which colour name sounds best with aurora valentine?
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Aurora rose valentine
Aurora violet valentine
Aurora indigo valentine
Aurora ruby valentine
Aurida plum valentine
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Thread: Mn for Aurora Valentine?
August 2nd, 2012 05:32 AM #6
I think Aurora Rose Valentine would be an absolutely gorgeous name!!
Did you know that Aurora is the name of the princess in Sleeping Beauty? And her other name she goes by when she runs away is Briar Rose!
I believe a short name between those two would sound best.
Other one syllable/nature options:
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August 2nd, 2012 07:11 AM #8Senior Member
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I love some of those suggestions above individually, particularly plum which I think is gorgeous but I'm not sure aurora plum valentine sounds quite right Aurora rose valentine is definitely the hottest contender so far... More so because my sister went by nicknames posey/rosey or pose rose while growing up and I feel that rose would be a nod to her! I do feel that rose is overused in the middle spot however... And whilst very pretty something like aurora ruby valentine, aurora indigo valentine or aurora violet valentine has a little more edge/ is more fun... Have to say though that I do agree that valentine is pretty playful in itself and appreciate the advise about not having an overly cutesy playful name paired with it! the more I think about it the more a colour name feels right in that spot sitting between aurora which means 'dawn'' and valentine!
August 2nd, 2012 03:04 PM #10
August 2nd, 2012 03:08 PM #12
I agree with zora. Aurora Valentine is already pretty frilly and girly. Adding another middle name, especially one that's a color (or flower or jewel or fruit), pushes the name into over the top territory. It goes from being a feminine, romantic combo to something that sounds like the name of a cartoon fairy.
August 2nd, 2012 03:10 PM #14