Cute and Quirky Christmas Names That Will Spark a Spark of Festive Magic

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Christmas is the most magical time of year, so what could be more special than a baby named after this festive season? Here are a few cute and quirky ideas for christmas baby names that will really sparkle.


Unisex | Style: Boho | Pronunciation: -leev
This adorable name means elf friend, so it’s perfect for your little bundle of joy! It could also be a nice tribute to your favourite festive TV show, Elf, which is definitely one of the best christmas movies ever.


Unisex | Style: Boho
This gorgeous name combines the elements nat-‘tree’ and ash-‘person’, so it’s very fitting for a little tinsel-tastic babe! It could also be a lovely nod to the famous Christmas song, Silent Night.


Unisex | Style: Modern | Pronunciation: Fey-th
Faith is one of the three virtue names, along with hope and charity. So it’s perfect for a Christmas born baby, as it signifies hope and belief. It’s also the name of one of the most popular female characters from Gone with The Wind, Scarlett O’Hara!


Unisex | Style: Classic
Taking its name from the Latin angelica, this gorgeous flower is associated with winter and Christmas, so it would be a wonderful nod to the festive season. It’s also the name of an angel in The Chronicles of Narnia, so it would be a lovely choice for a little snow-fairy-babe!


Unisex | Style: Vintage
Stunning and elegant, Lucia is a beautiful name that’s sure to spark an abundance of festive memories. It’s a very popular name at the moment, especially as it was the first name of a famous actress and model who appeared in the film Frozen.


Unisex | Style: Classic
The patron saint of travellers, Christopher (or Kris) comes from the Greek word nike ‘victory’ and laos ‘people’ – so it’s certainly an appropriate name for the man everyone knows as Santa Claus! A great alternative is the similar Klaus, which is also a cute and festive name.


Unisex | Style: Vintage
A lovely and simple name, Clarence is a gorgeous variant of the classic Christine, which means ‘blessed of God’. It also reminds us of the jolly character from the film It’s a Wonderful Life! You could also try the similarly festive Kate, which is also a nice and pretty option.