What names make you think of a sweet, pretty little Girl ?

(117 Posts)
Mintymoomoo Thu 06-Feb-14 17:39:11

Basically that, what girls name would you associate with a sweet, pretty little girly girl???

I think Lucy and Alice but want more please

Saucia Thu 06-Feb-14 17:40:35

Lola
Emily
Fleur
Daisy

peppapigmustdie Thu 06-Feb-14 17:42:29

Romily
Annabelle
Sophie
Lily
Briony

smother Thu 06-Feb-14 17:43:59

I agree, Lucy and Alice really do!!
Also Rosie, Felicity, Cecily, Elsie, Kitty.....

mum2jakie Thu 06-Feb-14 17:46:33

Amy, Poppy, Summer

Thrillybumsmum Thu 06-Feb-14 17:46:40

Emily

CecyHall Thu 06-Feb-14 17:48:38

Sally, Poppy, Daisy, Phoebe, Emily

ecuse Thu 06-Feb-14 17:50:50

Jasmine
Ella

Shallishanti Thu 06-Feb-14 17:52:11

but what if you don't have a sweet pretty little girl?
or even if you do, what when she grows up- a name is for life not just for christmas grin
high court judge test, people!

GlitzAndGiggles Thu 06-Feb-14 17:52:33

Delilah, Annabel, Isobel, Danielle, Lyla, Sophia

BabyStone Thu 06-Feb-14 17:53:45

Poppy, milly, molly, those kind of names

BobaFetaCheese Thu 06-Feb-14 17:54:15

Emily, Helena.

I have a very 'sweet' name, I was the least girly girl in my class at school.

Timetoask Thu 06-Feb-14 17:54:46

Annie
Amy

TheBookofRuth Thu 06-Feb-14 17:54:57

Grace, Emily, Sophie.

MrsBungle Thu 06-Feb-14 17:57:08

Daisy, Rosie, Molly, Molly, Gracie, Evie - those sort of 'cutesy' names.

nocomet Thu 06-Feb-14 17:59:21

hmm I'd out myself totally if I went into details, but sweet and girly isn't the first thing that comes to mind knowing several of those lists.

SomethingkindaOod Thu 06-Feb-14 18:08:48

My DD1 has a name on this thread, it wasn't chosen to be sweet and pretty, it's a family name we liked. It's a good job really because she isn't exactly a girly type girl at all! (Although she is quite pretty grin)
If there's a tree she's up it, she detests having her hair brushed and hates pamper type parties beyond all measure.
The cute names I could think of are Chalet School/1950's boarding school book type names:

Loveday, Helena, that type of thing.

TheBuskersDog Thu 06-Feb-14 18:12:07

Oh yes nocomet, I know girls with the OPs suggestions that definitely don't fit in the 'sweet' bracket, along with plenty of the other names posted.

1944girl Thu 06-Feb-14 18:16:54

A name is just a name that's all.
You cannot give a child a name hoping it will go with their personality.Many people have given their children names thinking that that is girly feminine or whatever and the child turns out to be someone completly differant.
I know girls with cutsie names who are anything but and vice versa.
It is the same as giving a baby boy what is considered to be a manly name hoping he will be a strong red blooded fearless male and he turns out to be the opposite.

Cutesy... Anything ending in ie or hyphenated with Mae / Belle. But maybe you could go for full name and cute short?

ApplesAndStares Thu 06-Feb-14 18:24:51

Polly
Dora

curlew Thu 06-Feb-14 18:30:48

Bear in mind that an adult woman might not what to have a name that makes people think of a sweet pretty little girly girl.

And she may be 6ft tall, 15 stone and be a farrier.

Mintymoomoo Thu 06-Feb-14 19:04:55

Shallishsnti your totally right!

Reason I was asking is because in my experiance the only Lucy's and Alices I know are beautiful, girly loving people!

My first DD was going to be Lucy right up until the midwife passed her to me and said what's her name and I said I don't know and ndmed her 3 days later, she got a equally pretty name and is a stunning girl is also not a girly girl at all spent the first 5 years of her life naked in only weeklies digging up the garden and clubbing trees!!!!

CheesyBadger Thu 06-Feb-14 19:08:54

Double barrelled always sound super cute and girly to me eg

Milly-Sue
Lily-Anne
Carrie-Ann

shippenhaguen Thu 06-Feb-14 19:12:18

Emma, Bella

Although I agree with poster who asks if you are certain you want a sweet name!?

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