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September 1st, 2013 01:55 AM #11Senior Member
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I like Saskia Winter and Cassia Snow. They are both lovely combinations and work well with Alora Belle.
I think sounds are more important than endings to me. Chace and Grayson both start and end in different letters, but they sound really close. Emma and Annie also start/end differently but sound too similar.
Alora and Saskia or Alora and Cassia end in 'a,' but they sound like two distinct, individual names.
Ember is ok, but she would get mistaken for Amber constantly. Winter is also pretty, but I just think Saskia and Cassia really shine!Current loves:Adelaide | Antonia | Benedetta | Capucine | Charlotte | Dominica | Estelle | Marguerite | Ravenna | Susannah | Viola | WilhelminaAlaric | Anton | Bennett | Boone | Caspian | Francis | Gideon | Judah | Leo | Theodore | Vincent | Winslow
September 1st, 2013 01:59 AM #13
I like Winter as a first name, just not with that middle. But it's middle name, so it won't be used unless girl want to use it.Cecily Bridget, Rosalyn Amoret, Charlotte Eliska, Melody Beatrice, Seraphina Daisy, Aurora Valkyrie, Helena Marigold
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September 1st, 2013 02:08 AM #15
love Alora Belle!
different but not trendy or trying too hard or gimmicky
Ember Antoinette - WAY TRENDY, trying too hard
Cassia Snow - Cassia i love, Snow is trendy
Saskia Winter - feels Russian and stands out in a bad way from Alora, doesnt match
Winter Esmerelda - AGAIN WAY TRENDY, trying too hard
Matilda Winter - too 'normal' for sister of Alora, you need something with a lil oomph. could try the variation Maudlin
Alora Belle & Cassia Antoinette
ps if you use Esmerelda - spell correctly with Esmeralda - everyone says it and spells it the same due to it being from Emerald. or use Esmeranda which i think is less clunky than the -elda endingi do not ignore the Rich Text toolbar provided me. i bold, italicize, enlarge, underline and CAPITALIZE for emphasis, individuality, and to capture attention among the endless Arial Standard Size Font that everyone else uses.
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September 1st, 2013 05:30 AM #17
Sibset cohesion matters less than choosing a name you love. There's no point settling on a name you're not passionate about simply because it sounds good with your daughter's. After all, they'll be addressed as separate individuals for most of their lives.
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September 1st, 2013 05:43 AM #19Senior Member
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