Annabel/Annie and Juliet are my favourites from your list.
Sylvia - pretty (and much nicer than Sylvie BTW) Felicity - like Maggie - a bit clunky Alice - classic but dull Effie/Effy - too much like effing (sorry!) Katherine - nice, although I don't like Kate Juliet - lovely Annie - nice, especially as nickname Romy - don't like Nancy - too fancy Annabel - lovely, and you could have Annie for short
mummy! 6 of your names are the same as our short list! We must have similar taste. I'm due any second now and still can't decide... I keep changing my mind! Obviously I think your choices are lovely- I also liked Felicity, but DH said no, unfortunately. What are your thoughts about the possibility of Katherine becoming very popular because of the wedding- that put me off a bit, but I still love the name.
Sylvia - quite nice. Would you consider Sylvie? Felicity - love Maggie - 50 year-old busy-body comes to mind Alice - meh Effie/Effy - sounds like a swear word Katherine - meh Juliet - nice Annie - love Romy - alright Nancy - love Annabel- goodie two shoes
Sylvia - ok Felicity - nice Maggie - not dso fond but I do like Margaret/Meg/Daisy Alice - lovely Effie/Effy - don't like Katherine - nice but prefer it with a C Juliet - nice Annie - nice Romy - don't like Nancy - I always think it sounds a bit hard: it's not as pretty as most of your other choices Annabel - ok
Sylvia - this is really nice and not overly used now days Felicity - I don't really like this one Maggie - adore with Margaret on the BC Alice - gorgeous Effie/Effy - don't like this Katherine - adore Juliet - adore Annie - I like Anne Romy - what is this short for? Nancy - nice in an old fashioned way Annabel - this is ok
Sylvia - not keen Felicity - love Maggie - eugh, no Alice - quite like Effie - very sweet. Not sure about as a stand alone name Katherine - like Juliet - love. Especially spelt Juliette Annie - not keen. Romy - quite nice. Unusual Nancy - don't like really Annabel - quite nice. Prefer Annabelle spelling, looks more feminine.
Sylvia Katherine (though I prefer it with a C) Annie Romy - we have a Romilly but don't shorten her name really, Isn't Romy a shortening of Rosemary, originally? Nancy - we have one, she's fab and feisty. Known as Fancy Pants.