View Poll Results: Which name combo is best for my twin daughters?
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Elodie Kate and Cassia Jane
Elodie Jane and Aria Kate
Everly Kate and Lydia Jane
Everly Catalina and Aurelia Jane
Emilia Jane and Averie Catalina
Emilia Kathleen and Cassia Jane
Emilia Jane and Aurelia Kate
Lydia Jane and Rosalie Kate
Thread: The Final 8 Combos for my Twins
September 4th, 2013 04:35 AM #6
September 4th, 2013 09:06 AM #8
September 4th, 2013 09:26 AM #10
Elodie is way too trendy, plus you'll get a lot of 'did you say Melody?'
Cassia is a lovely plant name, love classic Jane with it
ARIA IS WAY TOO TRENDY - better than the Arya spelling in GAME OF THRONES, it still gives the feeling it WILL BE DATED AND 'OVER' IN A FEW YEARS
Everly is trendy, but lovely and WAY better than Elodie and Aria
SPELL EMILIA AMELIA - it is not worth using a slightly different name but forcing your child to correct people her entire life
Lydia is my favorite - super lovely, but never super popular - you can get your different fix without causing lifelong problems for you child
Rosalie is my second favorite - classic and a perfect pairing with Lydia, love the simple elegance of the middle names - Jane & Kate
Averie???? if you have to use this over used trendy name - SPELL IT CORRECTLY, again dont cause lifelong corrections for your child
Aurelia is gaining momentum but lovely as well, much better than Aurora
Lydia Jane & Rosalie Kate
Everly Kate & Cassia Jane & Aurelia Kate
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September 4th, 2013 09:32 AM #12Senior Member
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You have really lovely name options!
I really can't vote, but here is my feedback on the combos:
Elodie Kate and Cassia Jane -- I love Elodie and Cassia together! Very feminine without being over the top. Really beautiful.
Elodie Jane and Aria Kate -- These are nice, but I like Cassia much better.
Everly Kate and Lydia Jane -- I can't decide on these...they sound nice together, but they don't seem to match in style. One is very new and "in" while the other is a more solid classic.
Everly Catalina and Aurelia Jane -- Same issue as the above combo. Cool how Catalina goes with Aurelia though.
Emilia Jane and Averie Catalina -- Ooh, I'm liking Emilia and Averie together! Very distinct, but not so much that they clash. I think Averie Kate would match Emilia Jane a little better.
Emilia Kathleen and Cassia Jane -- Emilia and Cassia sound too similar for my taste and Emilia Kathleen sounds more elegant and sophisticated than the pretty and spunky Cassia Jane.
Emilia Jane and Aurelia Kate -- Emilia and Aurelia are far to similar for me.
Lydia Jane and Rosalie Kate -- Wow. These are perfect together!
So, favorites are: Elodie & Cassia, Emilia & Averie, and Lydia & Rosalie. Beautiful names.Not expecting, just planning and building lists!
September 4th, 2013 09:40 AM #14Senior Member
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Lydia Jane and Rosalie Kate
They work nicely together. They complement each other but aren't too matchy. I love the name Emilia but I've never heard anyone say the pronunciation you have; I say eh-meel-ya/eh-meel-ia.
Cassia is a runner-up name for me, perhaps with Lydia. I'm not a fan of Aria or Everly; they're a bit trendy to me. Elodie and Aurelia are nice, they're just nms and I think Rosalie and Lydia so wonderful.Current loves:Adelaide | Antonia | Charlotte | Dominica | Estelle | Fiammetta | Marguerite | Ravenna | Susannah | Ursula | ViolaAnton | Asa | Bennett | Boone | Caspian | Francis | Gideon | Judah | Leo | Theodore | Vincent | Winslow