Now that many of our clients are out of state, with either them coming to Wilmington NC for their weddings, or us traveling to shoot their wedding- I figured it’s a good time to write a blog post to showcase one of our albums. More often it seems that our entire pre-wedding interaction is emails, phone calls and FaceTime! Pictures can always show what we offer much better than a jumbled explanation from me of how awesome your album will be!
The album company we use for our Lay Flat / Flush Mount collection is Leather Craftsman, and I can’t say enough about the quality of their construction, printing, and service! Incorporating learned skills from a fifth generation custom bookbinder, combined with the use of the best materials, Leather Craftsmen has been building wedding albums for nearly 70 years. The images are printed directly onto each page, and our design aesthetic is always clean, crisp, and timeless. We want your album to be an heirloom that you will cherish forever. Not something that will look dated in 10 years. To that end we like to keep things simple, and let your images take center stage! Enjoy-
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Katy did an awesome job shooting this Save The Date session, and I am so thankful that she is part of our team! Lizzy and Caleb are celebrating their wedding in Asheville, NC and we couldn’t be more proud to be shooting it! As you can see Lizzy and Caleb are so sweet and I can’t wait to celebrate their day with them this August! I hope you enjoy these, and don’t forget to like Eric Boneske Photography on Facebook (here)! It always means a lot 🙂
This summer a few friends of ours started a Wilmington NC wedding videography company. We worked together on a number of weddings and here is a promo reel for a few of those. If you are interested in videography, let us know and we’ll be happy to send along their contact information. To get a feel for the awesome work they do, check out the video below!
Ashley and Adam love being active. While we were talking about their wedding they mentioned that one of their favorite things to do together was taking the kayaks out on the water. We all agreed that there could be some really cool photo possibilities there and built their engagement session around that idea. It was a perfect fall day just before the holidays. We went out early in the morning to get the best conditions and light on the lake for what I had in mind. And I’ve got to hand it to Adam, he was a real trooper- he had just worked an overnight shift at the nuclear plant down in Southport where he works… But we all had a blast- I hope you enjoy these and don’t forget to leave a comment in the section below!!
Katy, one of our associate photographers, shot Kelsey and Anthony’s gorgeously simple church and beach wedding here in Wilmington. I was already booked on the day that their wedding was planned for, so Katy stepped in, once again, and knocked it out of the park! Kelsey and Anthony, you guys looked amazing, and it sounded like a really great day! Congratulations to both of you, and Anthony we thank you and your fellow Rangers for your service to the country!
This was an idea that I’ve had in my head for a while now! I’m by no means the first person to think of tying the idea of getting married to ‘taking the plunge’ or ‘jumping in’ to a body of water, but boy was it fun to try to pull off! Brett and Melissa were so awesome to work with. When I pitched the idea to them, I really hoped they would take me up on it, although I had an inkling that they would… (we’re shooting their wedding in a few weeks, and part of their wedding package includes a trash-the-dress surf session the day after the wedding!) After an amazing morning of shooting beneath ancient Live Oak trees and Spanish Moss this was such a great way finish the day. For this part of the shoot I played director more than anything, with my good friend and fellow EBP photographer/videographer Jason Andre getting all of the underwater action. My in-laws were gracious enough to allow us free reign of their property and pool. From the very beginning, I had this picture in my mind of Melissa and Brett kissing in front of the single pool light, back-lit, and serene… we had to wait until nightfall to get it, but it paid off! Let me know what you think in the comments section below!
If you like DIY-chic weddings, then look no further! MaryEllen and Nate were married at the Fragrance Gardens of Greenfield Lake just outside of Downtown Wilmington. This was my first time shooting a wedding here, and I must say, it seems like the best kept secret of Wilmington. If you are looking for a beautiful garden wedding, then you need to keep this venue in mind! Aside from the girls’ hair which was styled by the artists at Hypnotix, and the food catered by Culinary Creations, EVERYTHING you see was created by family and friends of the bride and groom. So much so that the flowers were clipped from the parent’s backyard. And the same cake topper sat atop the bride’s parent’s wedding cake 42 years ago!
I had such a hard time narrowing the shots down that I wanted on the blog. The light was great, and we were all having so much fun that I had to include all my favs. So what we have here is a giant blog post filled with great colors, wedding details, and two precious people. Congratulations MaryEllen and Nate!! If you enjoyed the images, let me know in the comments area below!