Flower Baby Names
Flower baby names are becoming a popular choice when it comes to the naming of a baby girl. The name Lily has featured strongly in the last few years and came in at number 5 for the top ranked baby girl names for 2012 in the UK. To cater for the increasing popularity of flower baby names we have some floral designs so you can match your chosen name with a card.
A beautiful, charming name derived from the garden flower. Called 'day's eye' because the yellow centre is seen during the day and covered by petals at night. Started as a name in the Victorian era and was originally a nickname for Margaret.
20th most popular girls name in Britain in 2012
Daisy Lowe (English model), Daisy Boo (daughter of Jamie Oliver) Daisy Duck (Donald Duck's girlfriend)
Popular choice for boys or girls. Designed with option of pink, blue or yellow centre and matching coloured text.
The word Lily is derived from the old French word for flower. Most commonly thought of as a beautiful white flower and a symbol of purity, lilies also come in an array of beautiful bright colours. Lily has long being established as a popular girls name and has opened the way to the many flower names used today. As Lily has gained in popularity there is now a trend to add a second name such as Lily-Mae or use a derivative such as Liliana.
5th most popular girls name in Britain in 2012
Lily Allen (singer), Lily-Rose (daughter of Johnny Depp), Lily Cole (British model/actress)
Stylish, elegant design with gold trimmed frame and text. Bright coloured flowers decorate opposite sides of the front and the theme carries over on the inside.
This flower name is relatively new on the scene. As with many names it started off as a nickname which has grown in popularity and is now being used as a given name. It sounds very feminine sound and is equivalent to the word flower.
Ranked outside the top 100 in Britain
Blossom Dearie (American 60's jazz singer and pianist), Petal Blossom (daughter of Jamie Oliver)
Cute design (available in pink or blue) with branches adorned with delicate blossom flowers.
TRADITIONAL FLOWER NAMES
Rose, Lily, Holly, Jasmine, Heather
TRENDY FLOWER NAMES
Daisy, Poppy, Ivy, Violet, Iris, Willow
EXOTIC FLOWER NAMES
Azalea, Orchid, Tulip, Dahlia, Lilac
BRITISH GARDEN FLOWER NAMES
Bryony, Daffofil, Bluebell, Marigold, Primrose
OFF THE GARDEN PATH FLOWER NAMES
Amaryllis, Jacinta, Hyacinth, Petal, Zinnia
OTHER FLOWER NAMES TO CONSIDER
Posey, Clover, Fleur, Petunia, Flora
It would seem modern British parents have a liking for flower names and whilst traditional names such as Rose and Lily remain popular, new ones such as Iris, Violet, Poppy and Ivy are blossoming onto the scene.
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