Welcoming your little Prince or Princess is sure to be a magical event, especially when you choose a baby name inspired by your favourite Disney character. With an abundance of names to choose from, perhaps all you need is a little Disney magic to help find the perfect one for your bub!
A Disney princess name is definitely a good way to go! Even if she starts out as more of a night owl than an actual Sleeping Beauty, your precious Aurora will truly make you feel as if you’re living once upon a dream.
Nora is ultra chic and feminine without being too cute. The name, inspired by one of our favourite characters from Pete’s Dragon, is like a “Candle on the Water.” Yes, we know the words, too!
The lovable bear we all grew up with during the 90s. Today, it’s a perfect fit for a sweet little girl!
Who doesn’t love The Lion King? In the sequel story, Simba and Nala’s daughter Kiara is a fearless cub who chooses her own life path. Be different with this uber-cool name.
The life of Cinderella is bitter-sweet, and even though Anastasia is named after an evil stepsister, we can’t ignore the sophistication that comes with the title.
We get it, Clayton’s the evil villain in Tarzan – but evilness aside, this name is way too charming to push away.
Inspired by the Rapunzel flick Tangled, the name screams ‘adventure’, and is also a fresh twist on Finn.
Robin, from Robin Hood is a unique, creative choice for your baby boy.
‘I think I can, I think I can…’, and we say do it! Naming your baby boy Casey after Dumbo’s famous circus train is a fantastic 21st Century choice!
We know everyone is secretly in love with Frozen. From Olaf to Prince Hans, the name Kristoff is an unexpected but extremely cool winner!
Monsters, Inc.’s very own James Sullivan (aka Sulley) is one of the most lovable Disney characters of all time. He may look scary, but deep down, he really cares.
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