Aurora, Elsa, Alice… These Disney-inspired baby girl names are all quite lovely, but they aren’t particularly unique. So what’s a Disney-lover, looking for a super unique baby name, to do? Get creative with some Disney-inspired baby name mash-ups! Here are a few that just might peak your interest as you hunt for the perfect name for your baby-girl-to-be.
Aurella = Aurora + Cinderella
Mix one part Sleeping Beauty to one part Cinderella and you’ve got yourself a baby name that is perfectly unique.
Meribell = Merida + Tinker Bell
If you are looking for a name fit for a brave and spunky girl, Meribell just might be the perfect fit. A mash-up of Merida from Brave and Peter Pan’s Tinker Bell, both names come from strong females who are brave and full of spunk!
Nalanna = Nala + Anna
Pair Frozen’s Princess Anna with Lion King’s Nala and you’ve got a lovely and feminine-sounding baby name.
Andalice = Anda + Alice
I’ll admit that this name might take a bit of getting used to, but the more I hear it, the more I like it. We all know Alice in Wonderland and Anda is a moose in the Disney movie Brother Bear.
Annie = Anna + Minnie (Mouse)
OK, this one may be a bit of a stretch, since the “ah” sounds in Annie and Anna are different, but I’m just gonna go with it, because I adore the name Annie. Minnie was one of my top picks for a little girl’s name when I was pregnant, but my husband wouldn’t get on board. He thought it would be weird since I write for Disney. I think I could’ve snuck in a subtle nod if I had mixed Princess Anna of Arendelle in there like this though!
Helena = Helen + Princess Elena
The name Helen is inspired by Helen Parr (a.k.a. The Incredibles Elastigirl) and Elena is inspired by Disney roster newcomer Princess Elena of Avalor. I love both names in their own rite, but especially combined like this!
Jesslene = Jessie + Baylene
Who could forget fun-loving cowgirl Jessie from Toy Story? Her name pairs up in a unique and fun way with Baylene — a brachiosaurus from the Disney film Dinosaur.
Elsador = Elsa + Dory
This is another baby name mashup that is starting to grow on me. Pairing Queen Elsa from Frozen with Dory from Finding Nemo creates a name reminiscent of the more commonly used Isador. Definitely a unique option.
Florabelle = Flora + Belle
Flora – the pink fairy from Sleeping Beauty — and Beauty and the Beast’s Belle make a lovely mashup. Florabelle sounds a little less “made up” than other combo names tend to.
Jazel = Jasmine + Rapunzel
I love the fact that both of these are princesses that broke free from the expectations others had placed on them. Could add a nice layer of meaning to your little one’s name.
Doris = Dory + Alice
The name Doris is one of those vintage names that everyone is loving these days, but much less common than other options. It’s an adorable name and a nice homage to Dory (Finding Nemo) and Miss Alice (Alice in Wonderland).
Marnie = Marie + Bonnie
This name was actually on my list of girl names when I was pregnant with my second baby. My husband vetoed it since it sounded too similar to our dog’s name (Marley). C’est la vie. It is a mashup of Marie (The Aristocats) and Bonnie Hopps (Judy Hopps’ mom from Zootopia).
Evalee = Eve + Lilo
I have always loved the movie Wall-E, so a little nod to Eve as well as the spunky Lilo from Lilo and Stitch is a match-up that I really love.
Jolie = Joy + Lilo
Lilo just works so well for name mashups that I used it again — paired with Joy from Inside Out. And for what it’s worth, it also means “pretty” in French, which is kind of fun.
Kiara + Tiana = Tiara
For children of the 90’s who loved The Lion King, the name Kiara is the name of Simba and Nala’s daughter and mashes up quite nicely with Tiana from The Princess and the Frog.
Aribella = Ariel + Bella
I’ll admit, this one is a bit of an obscure Disney reference, but I have three kids and they love The Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Because of their adoration for this show, I knew that Clarabella Cow’s puppy is named Bella and I really like the sound of it when paired up with Ariel from The Little Mermaid.
Luella = Lucille + Cinderella
We all know who Cinderella is, but the name Lucille may be a bit lesser known, as it is the moniker of Dr. Lucille Krunklehorn in the movie Meet the Robinsons. I LOVE this name. So fresh and fun!
Raylene = Ray + Baylene
Borrowing the name of one of the fireflies from The Princess and the Frog along with the name Baylene from Disney’s Dinosaur makes for an off-the-beaten-path baby name option.
Elsie = Elsa + Minnie
Queen Elsa and the infamous Minnie Mouse make another appearance on this list of mashups, but this time paired together! The name Elsie is another that’s on my list of personal favorites.
Florentina = Flora + Tina
I just love the name Flora, so it was borrowed again from Flora the pink fairy and paired with the more obscure Tina — an alien from the movie Chicken Little. Together they make a perfectly lovely little girl’s name.