What goes with Daisy?

(46 Posts)
scater Tue 01-Apr-14 11:18:30

Hi all

Any thoughts. We are expecting twin girls and set on daisy for one. However struggling with a second.

Quite like Emma and dh has just suggested pippa.

Christinedonna Tue 01-Apr-14 14:54:53

Isabella, isabelle, ruby, Olivia, leanna, allie, elianna, aaleiah

Beastofburden Tue 01-Apr-14 14:56:02

sorry but it just does

pancakesfortea Tue 01-Apr-14 14:56:53

Poppy! (As in Ben and Holly's little kingdom). And I did actually meet a daisy and poppy set of twin girls once.

Clargo55 Tue 01-Apr-14 15:03:40

I think Emily goes well with Daisy.

scater Tue 01-Apr-14 15:13:01

Thanks all. Poppy does go but our first daughter who was born sleeping was poppy.
Dh not really keen on other flower names though I have just suggested lila!

dannydyerismydad Tue 01-Apr-14 15:29:15

Beatrice (Bea)

Innogen Tue 01-Apr-14 15:30:59

I wouldn't have twin girls with two flower names, is very twee.

HazleNutt Tue 01-Apr-14 15:35:30

DH not keen on any flower names? Daisy and Lily? Iris? Petal? Clover?

BlueStarsAtNight Tue 01-Apr-14 15:37:20

Daisy and Hannah
Daisy and Jenna
Daisy and Jessica
Daisy and Evie
Daisy and Megan
Daisy and Grace

Kaekae Tue 01-Apr-14 15:38:29

I wouldn't go for another flower name as it starts to become some sort of a theme. I have a DD with a flower name. Names I like which I think go well are Matilda, Polly, Jemima, Florence, Nancy, Hattie, Molly, Maggie.

HectorVector Tue 01-Apr-14 15:42:16

Daisy and Emma sounds lovely... Not keen on
Pippa or Lila to be honest.
I know sisters called Daisy and Olivia so I obviously think they go well together.

Grace or Amelia are my favourites, I have a Daisy too smile

woodmouse2 Tue 01-Apr-14 15:53:59

Daisy - Lilith
Daisy - Millie

florascotia Tue 01-Apr-14 16:28:05

If you and DH like two-syllable names like Emma and Pippa, what about names such as :

Anna, Anya, Clara, Stella, Frances, Sarah, Zara, Susan, Juno, Helen, Lorna, Clea/Cleo, Thea, Leah, Julie, Sylvie, Hebe (a shrub and a goddess!), Cora, Tessa, Edith...

These questions might just perhaps help narrow down the possibilities:

Would you want - or NOT want:

1. name starting with 'D', eg Daisy and Dora?

2. very long name (unbalanced??) eg Daisy and Evangelina?

4. name ending in an 'ee', 'ie' sound or 'y' spelling, eg 'Daisy and Molly' or 'Daisy and Ruby, Elsie, Sally, Sophy ?

5. name with matching 'a' sound, for example, 'Daisy and Mabel', or 'Daisy and Ailsa', 'Daisy and May'?

6.flower name , but with a different sound: eg Daisy and Rose, Daisy and Lilac, Daisy and Fern ...

7. Flower name from a different language or with different origins: eg Rhoda (= Rose), Laura (=laurel) etc

8. A different nature name (bird, tree...), eg Linnet, Rowan, Saffron, Holly, Willow

9. Since Daisy is short for Margaret, you'd presumably want to avoid Maggie, Margot, Pearl, Greta etc

scater Tue 01-Apr-14 16:31:40

Thanks for all these, so helpful. We will get there. Personally I would have any flower names and don't mind about the tweeness but dh not up for it.

mum2jakie Tue 01-Apr-14 16:34:55

Daisy and Lola?
Daisy and Leila?
Daisy and Neve (Niamh)
Daisy and Charlotte

Christinedonna Tue 01-Apr-14 16:56:22

I love amelia

orangestripe Tue 01-Apr-14 17:29:24

I have a friend with twin girls Daisy and Olivia and they are fab girls so Olivia is my suggestion.

alita7 Tue 01-Apr-14 17:37:07


I like the suggestion of Daisy and Emily or Daisy and Grace. I would stick to similar length names or make the first and middle name lengths opposite- daisy alexandra and victoria emily for example.


daisy and leah
daisy and amber
daisy and sophie
daisy and ella
daily and sara
daisy and evie
daisy and bella
daisy and kiera
daisy and larna
daisy and chloe
daisy and anna
daisy and isla
daisy and naomi
daisy and fiona
daisy and rachel
daisy and rebecca

Rtfairy Tue 01-Apr-14 18:01:11

My DD is Daisy and would like one of the following for future DD:

Indith Tue 01-Apr-14 18:32:52

I know twins called Daisy and Maggie. makes me hmm since my dd is a Margaret who gets Daisy most of the time grin .

If ds2 had been a girl he'd have been called Miriam.

DiaryOfAWimpyMum Tue 01-Apr-14 18:35:25

I like Amelia

Benchmark Tue 01-Apr-14 19:34:45

I think you need go avoid obvious flower names but I would stick with the same type of name - not serious, fun and feminine, perhaps still nature.
Daisy and Skye
Daisy and Amber
Daisy and ruby
Daisy and Mia
Daisy and Willow
Daisy and Cassie
Daisy and Layla
Daisy and Summer
Daisy and Violet

dollius Tue 01-Apr-14 20:00:25


Emmeline (Emmie)


Tilly (Matilda)


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