Vintage girls’ names have a certain charm that never goes out of style. Whether you’re a fan of old-fashioned elegance or simply drawn to the nostalgia of retro names, there is something timeless and enchanting about these monikers. In this blog post, we will delve into the world of vintage girls’ names, exploring their meanings, origins, and why they continue to hold a special place in our hearts. Join us as we embark on a journey through the past, celebrating the beauty and grace of these classic names that have stood the test of time.
Get reading the girl vintage names below.
Vintage girl baby names
These lists have been adapted from Kidspot.
Vintage Girls Names
The name of a popular Christian saint that is the perfect one to kick off our vintage list.
Meaning Elizabeth in Hebrew. Betsy is regal and makes us think of black and white films.
This is one for those who want something not so common, yet still beautiful.
These flowers are always someones favourite, and so is the name.
The Wizard of Oz themed shower?
In and out of fashion since the early 1900s, this name isn’t going anywhere just like vintage clothing.
A Scottish baby name, we picture a very cute baby with this name.
Home to many masterpieces of Renaissance art and architecture, Florence means bloom and we think it’s very chic.
A tree colour that is very vintage. Plus your little one may form a liking to the healthy nut, hazelnuts!
Even if she’s not born in this month, June is very cute for a September baby.
Means loveable, so fitting for a little girl.
A lead female character on TV show Westworld, this name is otherworldly.
Are you a fan of the Netflix series The Crown? Margaret is derived via French, Latin AND Greek.
From an older generation, Nell fits in perfectly with this list.
Who doesn’t love a Sicilian olive!
Pearls are the definition of vintage jewellery.
A rose themed 1st birthday party is just so vintage.
Means: Princess. We won’t say any more on this matter.
If you’re having twins, a girl and a boy, you may consider Theodore for the boy, what a cute little duo!
Purple baby room?
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