Twin daughters names

My husband and I are expecting twin girls and we can’t seem to find a name that flows well with our other daughters names ( Isla [Eye-la] Elizabeth, Brielle Amelia, and Elora Nicole). 

* we are just looking for their first names to flow*

We are leaning towards the name Cosette(baby A) as we believe it flows nicely, but we can’t find a middle name we like. We are also looking for baby B’s names as well as suggestion for baby A middle and possible first. 

Thank you.

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1
February 10, 2019 11:06 AM

Coralie

Launa

Elena

Aurelie/Aurelia

Arielle

Lyra

Serena

Louella

Noelle

2
February 23, 2019 10:52 PM

Thanks for the suggestion.

What do you think of the names:

- Adleigh

- Alivia (like the pronunciation better than Olivia)

- Madeleine 

- Estelle

- Emmarie (spelling is because of relatives)

- Genevieve

- Vivienne

- Hazel

3
February 24, 2019 3:46 AM

Adleigh is ok, as is Alivia (although you may have some spelling and pronounciation issues), I prefer Ashlea/Ashleigh to Adleigh

Madeline goes great with the other girls names,  I wouldnt use another E name as a first name but Estelle and Emmarie could be good middle names

Genevieve and Vivienne go well with the other girls names, I think these two are great and great for twin names

or Madeline and Addison

Hazel is ok

4
May 12, 2019 9:39 AM

If you do go with cosette, perhaps look at names that complement the o or s sound in that name. It will help them flow together! 

Cosette and olivia (too common probbaly)

cosette and zara

cosette and zoe (s and o in one!)

cosette and ottilie

cosette and orla

cosette and rosalie

I’m guessing that there aren’t any middle names to honour family  that you want to use, so if cosette is what you end up going for perhaps you could use:

cosette amalia

cosette grace

cosette talulah

cosette belle

cosette is a hard name to put with a lot of middle names as it has a lot of constanant aounds and doesn’t flow easy with a lot of vowel middle names! To me cosette as a middle name sounds better in a lot of scenarios: example your daughter isla’s name flows better as “Isla cosette“ than “cosette Isla”