We love shoots that give our brides tons of inspiration. This Wilmington bridal shoot is one of them! The bride, MaryEllen, struck poses + looked stunning at The Balcony on Dock Street. This location’s hardwood floors and original brick walls added a charming touch to the imagery. The photographer, Eric Boneske, provided details from the day: “When they offered the room for this bridal session, I jumped at the opportunity. It was exactly what I was thinking… lots of volume, and empty space for us to do whatever we wanted. To help out with details, we brought in the fabulous Kickstand Events ladies, who rocked the style and theme for the shoot. Hot Pink Cake Stand went over the top with the mini-cakes, and Reed’s Jewelers wanted to help with some jewelry to keep with the oyster/pearl theme. A special thanks to Caitlyn from Hypnotix Spalon who was on hand helping with hair, etc. throughout the shoot. Everyone did such a fantastic job, and it shows. Thanks so much to everyone for helping this whole thing come together!” Take a peek at the shoot + additional vendor information below:
Love this shoot? You can check out the full post here for even more wedding day inspiration. Eric Boneske is a featured photographer in The Bridal Book.
Wilmington Bridal Shoot Vendors
Photography: Eric Boneske Photography, www.ericboneskephotography.com
Flower, Paper and Event Designer: Kickstand Events, www.kickstandevents.com
Mini-Cakes: Hot Pink Cake Stand, www.hotpinkcakestand.com
Rentals: Party Suppliers and Rentals, www.partysuppliers.net
Decorative Accessories: The Fisherman’s Wife, www.thefishermanswife.com
Jewelry: Reeds, www.reeds.com
Hair Accessories: Joanne Miranda Designs, www.joannemirandadesigns.com
Hair Design: Caitlyn at Hypnotix Spalon
Venue: The Balcony on Dock, www.thebalconyondock.com
All images copyright Eric Boneske Photography. All Rights Reserved.
absolutely beautiful. I love the clean crisp colors!
Wow…I love the gown…beautiful!
Beautiful work by everyone. But…how on earth is there a plastic hanger in the shot, let alone on that dress??
Again though, great work.
Very pretty pictures! I love the exposed brick in the background with the wedding dress, it’s a lovely contrast!
I love the parasol chandelier! How unique!
The parasols add an unique loveliness to the pretty tablescape.
Comments are closed.