One of my favorite fairytales is the story of Thumbelina. The story chronicles the adventures of a tiny girl born in a velvety red tulip, in answer to her mother's wish and prayer.
She has many a perilous journey, but in the end she is rescued, flying away on the feathery back of a sparrow. Her friend brings her to a garden where the faery folk live in the flowers. (I'm sure the garden must be mine...) There she meets and falls in love with a faery prince. On her wedding day the Faery folk give the girl a pair of clear sparkling faery wings.
I have a collection of old fairytale books, and in the most ancient version, the tiny girl was called Thumbelissa. It's a toss-up as to which name is the most beautiful!