Cute baby girl names are a dime a dozen. Still, always remember naming a child is very important. It creates their identity much like a stamp they have to carry around for the rest of their lives. Expecting parents prepare for this even way before they find out the gender of the baby.
Are you also thinking about some cute baby girl names for your little angel?
In many cases, parents play around with their initials, the names of their grandparents or parents or sometimes give their babies the name of their favorite famous person.
Picking out baby names is a fun activity and a very intimate way of bonding with your partner but can be difficult if you do not know what you want.
That’s totally fine.
Cute Baby Girl Names for 2016
Nameberry is an online blog solely dedicated to helping soon-to-be parents choose the best name for their babies.
They tracked the top names that have 50% or more increase in popularity based on the 6 million visits their website got in the last 30 days.
For girls, unisex names such as Payton, Riley, Rowan, Sage, have been and is still very popular.
Giving boy names like Jayden, Charlie and Rhys to baby girls are also still pretty famous in the selection.
On the other hand, names like Elise, Aveline and Annalise – or other names with an -el sound – have steadily gone up the charts as well as names with an international origin such as Astrid (Scandinavian), Kaia (Hawaiian), Xanthe (Greek) and Anouk (French).
Spotted something you like?
There’s more. Here is our best pick for cute baby girl names of 2016.
Traditional Cute Baby Girl Names
Kinda reminds me of the Sadie Hawkins dance. This name screams classic sweet innocence all over.
Another commonly used unisex names but it sound so cute on a baby girl.
Sounds expensive! ;)
In my opinion, this is the coolest unisex name ever. Well, probably at par with Carter and Taylor.
Quite a vixen name, isn’t it? Just like the color, this name has a bold personality.
A combo of the most commonly used German names, Anna and Lise. Take me back to the 1800’s!
Modern Cute Baby Girl Names
Greek in origin but has influenced name selection across the globe.
One of the most popular unisex names. Still, it makes a pretty cute girl name.
For some reason, this name gives me a picture of Julie Andrews up in the alps dancing along to the sound of music. Do you get the same feels?
Very girly but very cute! This is definitely one of the very feminine yet cute baby girl names around.
The name has actually become less popular over the years but it’s certainly making a comeback – even for baby boys!
Unisex name but more popular with the female population. I understand why.
Uncommon Cute Baby Girl Names
I would totally name my daughter after a herb. It’s super cute and fresh!
Tbh, I’ve never heard of this name but it has a mysterious veil to it.
Yet another unisex name uncommonly used but sounds cool!
Pronounced as ZAN-thee, this Greek name means golden or yellow and sounds very exotic. The ‘X’ just makes it even cooler.
One word: goddess.
A shortened version of Ancient Greek name Amarantham which means ‘eternally beautiful’. Indeed.
Cute Baby Girl Names Hot Picks
Ring a bell? Yes, it’s the name of the female heroin in How to Train Your Dragon. It sounds badass if you ask me.
This name has a major LOTR feel. It sounds a lot like the name of the princess of Rohan.
Totally uncommonly used and unique. Can’t do anything else but love it!
French in origin and it actually means ‘hazelnut’. Fun fact.
Say, “Aloha”! This is the female form of the name Kai meaning sea in Hawaiian. Very catchy!
This name has become more famous when Hotel Transylvania rocked the animation world. The moment I heard this name in the movie, immediate zing!
Another version of Everleigh, the name Everly possesses a ‘fairy’ tone to it and is uber adorable!
These are the top cute baby girl names based on popularity but you have a lot of options.
You can look through an almanac to get more ideas or maybe you’ve had personal preferences since you started dreaming of having a family of your own.
I certainly did and the names Harmony, Lane, Piper and Gabrielle have certainly been glued to my brain.
You can also take inspiration from things that you love.
For example, if you are a Game of Thrones fan, the name Arya is something you can name your baby girl or let’s say you love the beach, you can consider the names Summer, Sky or Ocean.
There are lots of pretty and beautiful names out there and this list is just something that might help you.
Coming up with the perfect name will be natural to you, soon-to-be parents, as you get to know your child’s character even while in the womb.
You have that connection and when the time comes, you’ll know the perfect name.
Which one from our list do you like the most?