View Poll Results: Which is your favourites?
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June 20th, 2013 02:07 PM #6
1 Matilda Eve - vintage but refreshing
2 Imogen Faye - sounds like a fairy princess (in a good way of course!
3 Hazel Josephine - a blend of colour and majesty
4 Florence Claire - this should be higher in my rating list but I think it may be the similarities between the two names that are throwing me off. Thet have l's in the first syllable and both end in the same letter or perhaps it's the "or" and "air" sounds.
5 Violet Ada - I like these two names but I think Ada Violet flows better. The combo blends into each other to become Violetada.
Matilda, Florence and Violet
Matilda, Imogen and Violet
Matilda, Florence and Hazel
Matilda, Imogen and HazelAll the best,
June 20th, 2013 02:13 PM #8
June 20th, 2013 02:20 PM #10
June 20th, 2013 02:24 PM #12Senior Member
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June 20th, 2013 02:32 PM #14
Imogen Faye is MUCH better than Imogen Holly, imo. And I agree with others--Violet Ada is not working for me. It's a little choppy.
I also like Matilda Eve and Hazel Josephine. Hmmm now to vote... it's between Imogen Faye and Hazel Josephine for me. I love the look of Matilda Eve but it doesnt flow quite as smoothly as the other two for me.Audrey Coraline | Etta Rosemary | Gwyneth Cordelia | Hattie Juniper | Madeleine Vesper | Maisie Leonora | Margot Elspeth | Matilda Hazel | Olive Kerenza | Sylvie Marigold | Willa Margot | Zara Emmeline
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