My favorites are Katya Emmanuelle. They're fmneniie without being overly sweet/puerile. Top grade! I'm not sure I'd combine them with Marie, but that's your incentive. ;) Lila sounds nice with Marie.I think it's great that you didn't opt for Sapphire instead of Safira, since a name that has its meaning/connotation written plain as day seems silly. I don't understand the popularity of those kind of names.I would think twice about Clemoria (similar to Chlamydia), though.
amazing awesomeness and a fantabulous friend even though she wrote in my yearbook that she hoped I had a horrible summer. :)