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  1. #11
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    Such a gorgeous list of names! I have a weakness for more unusual floral names
    I wouldn't worry about a first name being too similar to another child's middle name. Maybe Ornella is my favorite from your list; it's so unexpected and interesting and lovely.

    Here are some of my favorites in this category:
    - Hyacinth, as the previous poster mentioned; sooo pretty!
    - Freesia; it has such an evocative, spirited feel to it.
    - Delphinium; which I know you considered but didn't care for in its entirety: I love it with the nickname Finn. If you're not a nicknamer than I probably wouldn't use it.
    -Begonia; reminds me of Petunia, only I prefer it slightly.

  2. #13
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    Camellia!!! It's one of my favorites and so underused.
    Hillary | 26 | Cat Mama to Lily Leona | Graduate student of Children's Literature

    Aurelia Jasmine | Fiona Willow | Athena Gabrielle
    Liana | Gwendolyn | Alina | Verity | Leona | Aria | Raquel | Freya | Lucia


    Theodore Jean-Luc | Sylvan Jeffrey | Wesley Sage | Flynn Sequoia
    Rowan | Finley | Dorian | Koa | Calvin | Lucien

  3. #15
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    What about a gemstone name? Amethyst would be SPECTACULAR with Larkspur. So would Sapphire.

  4. #17
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    This is so tough! I think Lavender is my favorite. So delicate and lovely. Or Delphine!
    ❋ Baby girl due October 5th, 2018! ❋

    Beatrix
    Winifred ۰ Beatrix ۰ Josephine ۰ Frances
    Daisy ۰ Violet ۰ Hazel ۰ June ۰ Mae ۰ Pearl
    Harriet ۰ Cordelia ۰ Tabitha ۰ Louisa

  5. #19
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    What about Garnet? I like the idea of a gemstone name, as @bjoy suggested. Garnet and Larkspur are both equally rich, and both have almost a mysterious, dreamy vibe imo. They are also both evocative of a color (blue/red respectively). Opal would be nice, too.

    Garnet Francine
    Opal Francine
    Dorothy Garnet
    Henrietta Opal
    Garnet Delilah
    Opal Harriet
    Ornella Garnet
    Agatha Opal
    Garnet Julia
    Opal Dorothea
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    Seraphim
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