16-19 @aureliemazurek


Is your little one due to arrive in a few months but you’re lacking inspiration? Don’t worry! Each week, we put together a small selection of names for you: classic, retro, sophisticated, imaginative, timeless… there’s one for every taste.  We’ve been inspired by our friends, our ‘it moms’, our families and especially by you: here is your exclusive list!

Classic Names

Mathias: Very common in Scandinavian and German-speaking countries, Mathias means “Gift of God” in Hebrew.

Célia: The diminutive of Cecilia, Celia appeared in England during the seventeenth century. It is derived from the Latin work “caelum” which means “sky”. This name has been gaining in popularity, especially in Italy and Spanish-speaking countries.

Sophisticated names

Anastasie: Anastasia is an unusual Greek name that means “resurrection” and charms more and more parents.  

Lio: From the Latin word meaning “day of birth” this short name is beautiful and full of energy.

Names from around the world

Roman: Roman is a very popular name in Eastern European countries which reflects glorious historical references: Polanski, Jablonski...

Mia: Meaning “bauty as fresh as the morning” in Arabic, this gentle name touches us all.

Names that you whispered to us

Malo: Meaning “wise Prince” in Celtic, this sweet and melodious name is a real favourite.

Violette: A name with joyful and harmonious tones, that is glamorous, full of life and charms us with its elegance.

Leave a comment

Erreur : merci de remplir votre nom et votre e-mail !