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  1. #6
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    Recently (within the last 18ish months, I’d say), I’ve noticed more trendy, unisex, and alternative spellings for girls. I used to see many more signatures filled with vintage beauties (including my own) but now I’m beginning to see people adding surnames, trendy names, and unique spellings. I, myself, have embraced some old favorites like Parker and Rowan, which are trendy and unisex, while still keeping some vintage names like Iris.

    I also have seen some really over-the-top word names in signatures. Hummingbird or Cloudberry, anyone?

    I think it’s also been a bit of a trend to make “themed signatures”, especially ones with names inspired by different origins or places. I’ve had a couple of themed signatures, including one based off of Kansas City which is obviously a place, so I’m victim to this too haha.
    Waddup, I’m Abby, I’m 19, and I never learned how to read.


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  2. #8
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    I love the trend of themed signatures!

    Wordy, especially Nature names are always big on nameberry. The one-syllable-middle thing seems to be over, now it's less Wren and Lynx and more Evergreen and Midwinter.
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  3. #10
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    Longer word names, I've noticed, are becoming increasingly common (I've had a multitude in my own, actually - Hummingbird made an extended appearance in my sig, as have things like Waterlily and Honeywild, though not in entire seriousness ). Actual themed signatures are also becoming more popular (letter themes, word themes, origin themes, etc.).
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    edith dorothy rose & ada matilda violet & lilia beatrix pearl
    eulalia thomasina lily ~ euphemia ardith may ~ pandora mavis ophelia ~ theda philippa agnes
    lyra wilhelmina lucia ~ esme helena harriet ~ ottoline miriam sunflower ~ cecily anne margaret

    arthur theodore jack & edmund charles hugo & kit barnaby frederick
    percy frederick august ~ lysander percival atlas ~ thomas alexander alfred
    barnaby wilder grey ~ caspian fox arrow ~ hugo peregrine altair ~ fabian albert oliver

  4. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by moonstone View Post
    Words names are a big thing this year, the more unusual the better, and I'm afraid I might be the one to blame for it (*cough* Peppermint *cough*).
    I’ve rarely seen unique food words like peppermint or oregano, Chili or pomegranate (though I’m sure some have used one or the other) lately, I think daytime+word names are the ones on trend currently, though in that category anything goes, I think.


    Polly

    Arthur, Hugo, Flora, Henrietta
    Mabel, Rose, Theodore, Charlie

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  5. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by greta-elizabeth View Post
    Wren, of course.

    Also, multiple middles and extremely fanciful Latin/Greek names.
    I feel like those trends are almost dated now, at least when I haven’t seen in a long time!


    Polly

    Arthur, Hugo, Flora, Henrietta
    Mabel, Rose, Theodore, Charlie

    name blog

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