A Spring Georgetown Engagement Session | Greer & Corey

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Karisa Lomax • April 28, 2024

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Strolling Around Georgetown

I cannot begin to express how thrilled I was when Greer suggested a Spring engagement session in Georgetown at sunrise because I have been DYING to have a session just like this! Although I was hoping the canal would be filled, it was still so beautiful to explore the canal walkway and snap some photos.

We also made a stop at Baked & Wired where Greer and Corey had their first date! We had to capture the sentimentality of this spot with a quick photo of them walking by.

As we strolled, we came across the Old Stone House which is apparently the oldest structure on its original foundation in D.C.! There’s a quaint garden hidden in the back which even Corey and Greer had never noticed before despite their many years spent in Georgetown. It created such a beautiful backdrop for their photos and gave a similar feeling to their wedding venue (River Farm in Alexandria, VA).

A Perfect Match

With every couple I photograph, I always send out a questionnaire to learn more about them as a couple and as individuals. This helps me to capture them and their love in the most authentic way possible. Some couples leave a lot of room for the imagination and other couples spill all of the details–both of which are totally fine but I can’t help being grateful for the ones who share all! Greer and Corey had me giggling and smiling as I read through their responses. I could feel the love and adoration they had for each other just through the words they typed out, and boy was this evident when I met them in person!

Needless to say, I am so excited to capture their wedding day in May of 2025 because I know the day will be filled with endless amounts of love, smiles, and giggles from the two of them.

Want to have your own engagement session in Georgetown?

Reach out here and let’s chat about what you’re envisioning! I’d love to capture another love story in this beautiful neighborhood!

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