New Wedding / Event Planning Company Name Generator

Attention all wedding and event planners: We have just launched the latest in the family of famous Wordlab Name Generators, the Wedding / Event Planning Company Name Generator. If they’re going to the chapel, and they’re gonna’ get married, and it’s your job to plan the big event, and you don’t have a name for your company, then this is the name generator for you. But it’s not just for weddings! With 1,349,271 potential names, this name generator is ideal for any kind of business – personal, social, or professional – that does planning for weddings, parties, receptions, conferences, trade shows, state dinners, and any other kind of event.

So get out your contacts list and dust off that project management app, and let’s name your wedding / event planning company! I just took the generator out for a warmup spin, and here are 15 names it generated for me (actual mileage may vary):

Everything My Party
Sculpted Celebration
Andromeda Thinking Scenes
Bonfire Décor
Wedding Pro Functions
Lucky Silver Team
Show Weddings
Topaz Creations
Eventions Entertainment
Scenario By Enchantment
Big E Gurus
Creative Fêtes
Pomp Planning Connection
PlanAhead Inc
InStyle Evermore

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New Fantasy Name Generator

Wordlab’s new Fantasy Name Generator is here! You asked for it (silently, in prayer), you dreamed of it, but, most of all, you fantasized that Wordlab would create the ultimate fantasy name generator. And now we have. Our Fantasy Name Generator is the magical source of 6,168,669 names for every fantasy figure you’re ever likely to fantasize about. Just imagine how many Tolkien’s you’ll be able to fit on the head of a pin once you are armed to the teeth with this massive corpus of fantasy name potentiality.

I just put the new Fantasy Name Generator through its paces, and here are 30 fantastical specimens for your wonderment, an infinitesimal sampling of the more than six million fantasy names available:

Abarden the Cabbage
Bahir the Horrible
Gebeth the Arse
Wikas the Wanton
Is’tai the Popular
Keluskack the Stammerer
Azuela the Bitch
Garrar the Fallen
Nythil the Longshanks
Cirein the Crosseyed
Teg the Mendacious
Bramblerose the Lovelorn
Oras the Humongous
Ine’urnu the Inexorable
Daniel the Avenger
Honrad the Quarreller
Queul the Exile
Sylvan the Cheesy
Mimpsey the Grim Reaper
Thedelryn the Nutcase
Honther the Precious
Sealanna the Quiet
Chess the Caulker
Oldbuck the Hairless
Nijel the Charcoal Cruncher
Freca the Imp
Vesom the Gouty
Kinrr the Little Impaler
Vorsaw the Harefoot
Toyna the Shallow

For related joyful clicking, check out the Character Name Generator too. It has nearly 380 million character names for all your characterization needs. Oh hell — just go check out all our amazing Name Generators, and tell everyone you know to do the same. The world will be a better place. Cheers.

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New Team name generator added

If you are looking to name a real or fantasy sports team, or a charity, academic or business team, or any other kind of team, Wordlab’s free Team Name Generator will deliver 16,703,520 of them to you one at a time, at the push of a magic button.

I just tested it for my own team name, and here are some of the beauties I came away with:

North Stucco Stumblers
Lucky Chillers
Hopping Steel Chameleons
Headless Turf Monkeys
Stealth Hillbillies
Macho Fire Strikers
Gritty Metal Aftermath
Bouncing Chemical Wheelers
Tri-City Green Wasps
Phat Vampires
Irrational Space Zealots
Pastel Beige Miltons
Hot Desert Crawlers
Tripping Silverbacks
Grunting Day Rats
Tainted City Burnouts
Giant Marsh Groundhogs
Hard Red Prawns
The Chemical Beancounters
Random Surf Rappers
The Champagne Patsies
Noble Longhairs
Limping Bush Hackers

If you need help with a specific team naming project and the Team Name Generator isn’t quite working out for you, sign up for a free Wordlab membership and post a New Topic to the Sports Team Names group Forum, and members of the Wordlab community will jump in and help you beat your arch rivals to a better team name. And see all the other name generators on our Name Generators page.

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New Restaurant / Bar name generator added

If you need to name a restaurant, bar, pizzaria, taco stand, tavern, pub, cafe, bagel shop, or any fine dining or drinking establishment, Wordlab’s Restaurant / Bar Name Generator is to die for, with over 100,000 potential names to whet your appetite.

Here is a batch of Restaurant Names I just generated, fresh from the kitchen:

Shitaki Lounge
Volta Kitchen
Flamethrower
Stuffed Shirt Tearoom
Jerky Jim’s
Plonk
Mystic Taqueria
Goat and Guru Bistro
Firebelly
Café Left Blank
Circula Restaurant

If you need help with specific restaurant / bar names and the Restaurant / Bar Name Generator isn’t quite working out for you, sign up for a free Wordlab membership and post a New Topic to the Restaurant Names group Forum, and members of the Wordlab community will jump in and help you cook up something delicious. And see all the other name generators on our Name Generators page.

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New Character Name Generator added

For everyone in need of character names, Wordlab’s got ’em in spades with our new Character Name Generator. With 379,175,790 potential names, mostly well off the beaten track, you can populate an entire country with unique character names.

Here is a batch of Character Names I just generated, fresh from the oven:

Cache Cherlin Wombatten
Nesbitt Contessa Sweet
Sleque Quincy Macropus
Delvin Umbria Snapp
Butch Tawny Logstopper
Nimon Chomsky Rugripper
Brandie Nastenka Pfinger
Froy Memora Nosewater
Xandy Zinca Black
Quiana Clishmaclaver
Bunya Sonny Wheeler
Lucifer Aglaya Jackleharp
Ally Bonner Zimley
Idalee Lesa Nickleby
Katima Opalor
Skip Tab Islip
Valterra Denver Windbottom
Velvet Lizzy Waters
Jetsam Gates
Stormy Angina Looney
Isanne Steffie Borington
Ariela Channery Bair
Zogg Tamber Spooner
Freon Brainard Graham
Phuel Trish Ding
Blaze Cloud Lockeroff
Laken Nutmeg Rhodes
Daj Randilyn Klosterfuch
Dijom Channery Eyelip
Freon Zabrina Poon
Maynard Feveria Jones
Xeno Hemp Wang
Chelsi Starr Fish
Artsie Hollie Cross
Skye Mystery Mooney
Bunt Modos Irwaks
Jimmy Pru Crampono

If you need help with specific character names and the Character Name Generator isn’t quite working out for you, sign up for a free Wordlab membership and post a New Topic to the Character Names group Forum, and members of the Wordlab community will jump in and help you out. And see all the other name generators on our Name Generators page.

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Sarah Palin Baby Name Generator

Sarah Palin has picked out an All-American set of names for her children.

Track, Trig, Bristol, Willow, and Piper.

People, crabmommy is seriously worried.

Are you telling me that someone who calls her kid Track is sufficiently level-headed to have her finger near the nuclear button? And I ask you, if these people get into the White House, what on earth is going to happen to baby names countrywide? Forget Utah and its weirdo baby names, our entire country would go nuts with the newly ordained Palin power monikers: as a result we’d see a nation spawning kids called Hurdle, Liverpool, and whatever-all novel names they can dream up. In short, it’s going to be a baby-naming free-for-all, and I’m not sure our country can handle it.

What would your name be if Sarah Palin was your mother?

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Blog Name Generator

Mike Morgan, is having a blog-identity crisis. His weblog is suffering with the insufferable name I-Tach.

Being a lurker around Wordlab from time to time, Mike turned to our massive archives for fresh ideas and found a short list of names he thinks might work. And he was nice enough to give credit to Wordlab for these ideas; so we’re giving him space here to bring his problem to the attention of those best equipped to give him the free naming and branding input he desperately needs.

November 29, 2004

Your Input, Please: Blog Identity Crisis

I’m stuck and seek your wise counsel, dear readers…

A couple months ago, I wanted to start a blog. I didn’t think I’d be able to write enough interesting content to maintain a “general interest” blog. I didn’t think my life was interesting enough (and I have a tough time opening up emotionally) to write a “diary blog”. And a “link blog”, well, that’s just plain boring. So when I started the I-Tach Weblog, my idea was for it to be “specialty blog” centered around emergency department nursing — E.D. war stories, nursing tips and tricks, E.D. and nursing humor, et cetera and so on.

Well, guess what? My ocean of unique E.D. knowledge turned out to be more like a wading pool of knowledge. I shot that wad quickly. [Insert hokey, overdone ‘frown’ smiley here]

Instead, I found myself writing political and current events commentary, offering a tutorial on making the world’s best fake fart noise, posting humorous stuff I’ve found, and even starting to talk about a few personal items such as my adoption or our family dog getting hit by a car earlier this month.

So now I’m stuck and need your help.

December 14, 2004

Your Input, Please: New Blog Name

Thanks to your input, I’m currently rewriting the template and style for the blog. I’ll also be changing the name… I think “I-Tach” is funny as Hell, but I’ve slowly realized that it’s pretty much an inside joke, lost on most visitors.

Call me a lemming, but I like blogs with titles that make me grin. So I stopped by one of my favorite-but-only-occasionally-visited sites, WordLab, in search of inspiration. As a writer and famous-in-my-own-mind funny guy, several phrases caught my eye. Some have the potential to be a nifty blog name, some are simply punny.

So here are the phrases that I jotted down to use as inspiration for a name…

The Babble Belt
Textual Relations
Birth of a Notion
Blarney Rubble
Peanut Buddha and Jesus
Peek-A-Buddha
Capital Punmanship
Carmel Knowledge
Consummate Confessional
Cup and Chaucer
Devastating the Obvious
Flying Chaucer
English as a Fecund Language
Just Say Know
Just a Flash in the Pants
New World Odor
Grump Up The Volume
Leaves of Crass
Duct Tape and Cover
Lingo Weenie
Jack Of All Tirades
Know Way, Know How
A Norse is a Norse (of course, of course)

What do y’all think? I see potential in a couple of these, others are just too funny to let go unpublicized. Do you have another name suggestion? The name I’m working with during the redesign is A Cacophany of Miscellany, which I think is a pretty good fit with the [Fill In Your Opinion of My Writing Here] I post.

Then again, I may throw all this to the wind and go out on a limb naming it Mike Morgan in anticipation of my inevitable fame and fortune!

If you’ve got any good blog name ideas for Mike, just wander over to his weblog and add your two cents worth there.

As good as the archive lists and Forums are at Wordlab, Mike and others like him who are really stuck for a great blog name might also want to try the Band & Song Name Generator. This tool from the Musician’s Friend can be a very creative blog name regurgitator when put to the task. Here are a few more suggestions worthy of consideration:

Pleasurable Blog
Victoria’s Secretions
Red Flour
Frozen Boyfriend
Land of the Blog
Blog of the Impossible
Blog of the Tangerine
Resisting Blog
Nurse King of the Pleasurable Drool
Nipple of the Farting Earth
Eighth of the Blog
Goggles Blog
Filthy Blog
Nice Blog
Blog Flab
Blog Raspberry
Nurse Parakeet
Malignant Nurse
Rubber Nurse
Screaming Nurse
Blog Juniper
Social Blog
Blog Defaulted
Blog Mistress
Wet Nurse

Thanks to web sifter extraordinaire John Walkenbach for figuring this creative application would be great for generating blog names.

Check out Wordlab’s extensive collection of Name Generators next time you need a name for your blog or anything else.

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