I'm a veteran of many many pond skims, although I do have a perfect record of making it across. Straight skims have become considerably easier with the advent of fat and rockered skis. Your skis/bindings will be just fine. If you were to leave them submerged in the pond for a week you might have issues. But just a quick dip and out again? No problem. Ski equipment is made to get wet.
Your boots will be soaked, and they will take a long time to dry, but there won't be any permanent harm done to them either. They'll be pretty wet even if you make it across, the pond water sprays up to your knees in pretty decent quantity. Don't plan on using the boots for at least a week following. Once you get your boots off, pull the liners, get them on a boot dryer. let the shells air dry, preferably hang them upside down to let them drip.
Tips for making it across... Stay centered, maybe a little further back than usual. Speed is your friend. Don't try to jump or hop to enter the pond, just ski right in. Absorb the back lip to exit, don't try to jump up onto it. Good luck.