22 unique baby names Bachelor couples gave their kids
In its 17-year history, the reality TV series franchise has only produced six couples who have gone on to become parents. Here we list the first and second names of their offspring to inspire your next child's name.
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If you're part of the Bachelor Nation, you know not all Bachelor couples are made equal, with only 15 couples of the nearly 40 matches from the franchise (including the Bachelorette and Bachelor In Paradise) managing to stay together. 

Over the past 17 years only 7 of these have gone on to marry and have children, and their choices of baby names have been unique, to say the least. 

Whether you're part of the Nation or just desperate for some baby name inspo, here are 22 one-of-a-kind names to choose from. 


Also see: Baby names! Our lists of weird and wonderful names


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Alessi 

Meaning: Defender

Origin: Related to the Greek name Alexis

Parents: Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham


Asher 

Meaning: Fortunate, blessed

Origin: Hebrew

Parents: Desiree and Chris Siegfried


Avery

Meaning: Elf Ruler

Origin: Old French, Hebrew

Parents: Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert


Blakesley

Meaning: Dark wolf's wood or clearing

Origin: Old English

Parents: Trista and Ryan Sutter


Brooks

Meaning: Dweller by the brook

Origin: French, Scandinavia

Parents: Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert

Cruz

Meaning: Cross

Origin: Spanish

Parents: Desiree and Chris Siegfried


Easton

Meaning: East-facing place

Origin: Old English

Parents: Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert

Emerson

Meaning: Son of Emar

Origin: Old English

Parents: Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert


Essex

Meaning: East Saxons

Origin: Old English

Parents: Ashley and J.P. Rosenbaum


Evelyn

Meaning: Light

Origin: Norman French diminutive of the name Avila

Parents: Carly Waddell and Evan Bass


Fordham

Meaning: A low-lying meadow by a source of water

Origin: Old English

Parents: Ashley and J.P. Rosenbaum


Hendrix

Meaning: Ruler of the home

Origin: From the German Heinrich

Parents: Sean and Catherine Lowe

Isabella

Meaning: Pledged to God

Origin: Hebrew, Spanish, Italian

Parents: Carly Waddell and Evan Bass


Isaiah

Meaning: Salvation of the Lord

Origin: Hebrew

Parents: Sean and Catherine Lowe


Maxwell

Meaning: Great stream

Origin: Old English

Parents: Trista and Ryan Sutter

Ren

Meaning: Water lily, lotus

Origin: Japanese

Parents: Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham


Reese/Rhys

Meaning: Ardor

Origin: Welsh

Parents: Ashley and J.P. Rosenbaum


Riley

Meaning: Valiant

Origin: Old English

Parents: Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney


Samuel

Meaning: Name of God

Origin: Hebrew

Parents: Sean and Catherine Lowe

Thomas

Meaning: Twin

Origin: Aramaic

Parents: Sean and Catherine Lowe


Wrigley

Meaning: Clearing by a river bend

Origin: English

Parents: Desiree and Chris Siegfried


Zander

Meaning: Defending men

Origin: Short form of the Greek Alexander

Parents: Desiree and Chris Siegfried

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