More on Disney Baby
Create magical moments with these inspired ideas and feel-good products.
Spectacular Sci-Fi & Fantasy Inspired Baby Names!
You’re having fun in your quest for the perfect baby name, right? If not – you should be and this might be just your ticket. Most of these names from popular sci-fi and fantasy movies are actually quite beautiful.
Now, I’m sure that some will argue that – so why don’t you be the judge? If anything, this will serve as a very nice chunk of splendiferous geekery. Nod of the head to all you nerds out there. Enjoy!
Luxuriate In The Geekery
You’ll be pleasantly surprised with how many of these names are quite lovely and totally doable >>>
19 year old Alice Kingsleigh’s return to the magical land of all that is Alice in Wonderland, is an all-time fave of mine. Still love the original as well!
The second, metaphysical protagonist in the timeless classic, The Neverending Story.
Augustus Gloop of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
An adorable, troubled boy who discovered a fantastical world through the pages of a mysterious book in the movie The Neverending Story.
The princess herself from the iconic classic, The Princess Bride.
Carmen is Queen of the Underworld, Ofelia’s mother and Vidal’s wife in the dark, haunting yet beautiful movie, Pan’s Labyrinth.
From Charlie & The Chocolate Factory but of course! Roald Dahl was one of my favourite authors as a child and I was happy the movie did the book justice.
Coraline Jones, the main character and heroine in the animated hit, Coraline.
You know. From The Wizard of Oz. We all know about her beauty and magical ways.
C.S. Lewis fans will recognize this name from all of those delicious Narnia chronicle books. I read and re-read those books to a dog-eared, well-loved state. Edmund Pevensie started out as a rather spoiled and narcissistic young lad in The Lion Witch & The Wardrobe, but he came around. Another book that was recreated into an excellent movie.
Of the cult CLASSIC, Edward Scissorhands. I watch this movie at least twice a year. Never gets old.
Elora Danan was the child Willow was charged with saving in the movie itself; Willow.
A character from one of my favourite movies (albeit twisted), Pan’s Labyrinth.
The little cutie pie toddler sister to lead character, meek Elliott in one of my fave flicks, E.T.
Okay, so you might not want to name your baby this – but I still thought it was a cool name. From the movie, Mirror Mask.
I think this is very pretty. Isabella for the less adventurous perhaps? Form the movie Ladyhawke.
Yep, the great David Bowie’s character as Jareth, The Goblin King from The Labyrinth.
Grandpa Joe from the original Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory movie.
A pretty little gelfling busker who ended up dating Jen the gelfling in, The Dark Crystal.
Little Lucy Pevensie from The Lion The Witch & The Wardrobe.
May Belle Aarons from the movie The Bridge to Terabirthia. I think the two names sound rather charming together!
(Miracle Max) from The Princess Bride. Once the King’s leading miracle man, but Humperdinck gave him the axe so he retired. However, Max still knows enough magic to resurrect Westley from the dead. Bonus points on that.
From none-other than the cult classic, Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Totes fantasy. (Amongst other questionable things.)
Nikko is the leader of the flying monkeys who work for the Wicked Witch of the West in The Wizard of Oz!
The little girl in Pan’s Labyrinth who believes she is the reincarnation of a princess from a fairy tale; to escape the horrors of her everyday real life.
While the movies, books and plays about Peter Pan are great, I prefer the movie Hook!
A rather sweet name, no? A character in the movie The Last Starfighter.
Sally is a character from the Disney stop-motion animated movie, The Nightmare Before Christmas. Based on the Bride of Frankenstein, she fell in love with Jack and nothing but a broken heart was the outcome. Poor Sally.
Susan Pevensie of The Lion The Witch & The Wardrobe.
Sarah’s baby brother Toby in the movie The Labyrinth.
Miracle Max’s wife from The Princess Bride. Valeries stands in as his witch, since all miracle men must have their own witches. Obviously.
That spoiled brat Veruca Salt from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Violet Beauregarde, the odd girl who loves to do nothing but chew gum in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
The original man in black. Arguably. Buttercup’s main squeeze in The Princess Bride.
This name is actually quite popular these days – I know two little gals with the name myself! Of course I’m referring to Willow Ufgood of the movie itself, Willow.
Willy Wonka himself of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.