I need help with naming my 4th child & second daughter; I am due at the end of September. My two boys are Aden and Evan, and my girl's name is Evelyn. I like the name Avery; does it go well with Evelyn for a sister's name? I am a little hesitant on the name Avery because of its meaning, elf ruler. My husband has the name Annika in mind but I do not like it.:-) I would like to stay with names starting with letter A. My boys' initials are A & E, so I like the girls' initials to be E & A. :-) Isn't that corny?!!! :-) I would love to hear your suggestions.
I think Evelyn and Avery have two things working against them as sister names: they're (1) too similar and (2) too different. The sounds are so similar I immediately start getting tangled and saying Avelyn and Every and Everly and Averlyn, but the styles are quite different. And since you already have an Evan and an Evelyn, I wouldn't add a third vowel/V combination like Avery.
I think Abigail would work well. Aden and Evan, Evelyn and Abigail. Both boys have two syllables, both girls have three.
Or Amelia would be nice, and gives the girls both 6 letters and the boys both 4: Aden and Evan, Evelyn and Amelia.
Or Alice would be my favorite, I think: Aden and Evan, Evelyn and Alice.
I'm slightly tempted to work with the Ev/Ev you already have, and go with an Ad/Ad to coordinate. Something like Adeline or Adelaide or Adrienne. Aden and Evan, Evelyn and Adeline.
Or I like both Aubrey and Audrey. Aden and Evan, Evelyn and Aubrey. Aden and Evan, Evelyn and Audrey. Audrey would give a hint of the Ev/Ev/Ad/Ad idea, if you wanted it.
Anneliese/Annalise has some of the sound of Annika. Aden and Evan, Evelyn and Annalise.