Penmon Point - Wales
Updated: Apr 29
Penmon Point or Black Point (Trwyn Du) as it is also known locally is the most easterly point on Anglesey.
The Couple - Sami and David Platt
Why Do You Want To Capture Your Wedding On Video? - To be able to look back and relive it all again and again!
Why Did You Pick Moments In White? - I picked you because I fell in love your work - your approach and how you placed the speeches over films throughout the day!
You Guys ... What Do You Do?... How Do You Spend Your Days?... What's Important In
Life? - We love being outdoors and at the beach! Most important is our family and making lots of amazing memories with them.
The Proposal ... Tell Me Everything (All The Gushy Details) - So David booked a surprise weekend away for my birthday! He flew me to Dublin, hired an old red mini and drove us to a little airport. He’d hired a private helicopter to fly us over Dublin and to take us to lunch at powers court! As we flew over the set of vikings, a beautiful lake…he proposed!
The Venue/s ...Why This Place Above Anywhere Else? - Penmon is really special to me mainly. It was my mums favourite place and her ashes are there so we go there a lot. We love sunsets there and hotchocs in the cafe. When we found Tros Yr Afon and it was available a year to the date we got engaged we knew it was meant to be!
What Experience Do You Want To Give Your Guests? - Fun and relaxing! Hired a few surprises for them like a jazz band and magician!
Penmon Point or Black Point (Trwyn Du) as it is also known locally is the most easterly point on Anglesey. The Point is private land currently owned by the Baron Hill estate in Beaumaris, but allow access for a small fee payable at Penmon Priory. As you pass the Dovecote, there is a small lane on the right hand side that travels towards one of the several quarries in this area. The high quality limestone from the quarries at Penmon Point supplied the stone to build many local buildings including the Menai Suspension Bridge and the Britannia Bridge.
Penmon is derived from two Welsh words Pen meaning head and Mon being the welsh word for Anglesey.
Trwyn Du lighthouse at Penmon Point was built to warn shipping in the area about the stretch of water between the Point and Puffin Island. This body of water known as Puffin sound can be extremely dangerous.
Unfortunately the coast of Anglesey is famous for its many shipwrecks and the area around Puffin Island is no exception. In 1831 a wooden hulled paddle steamer called the Rothesay Castle which was on a day trip from Liverpool sank near to the island, and only 23 people survived.
Sami & David decided to add on a teaser film to their wedding video package which is a short 1 min video to hype up the highlights film and perfect for social media.
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Sami + David decided to add drone footage to their wedding videography package, we were able to capture some amazing drone shots of Penmon Point as you can see from the picture above. We are able to add drone footage to any wedding package if you'd love to get some stunning ariel views of your venue/location.
What The Couple Said About Moments In White
"From start to finish our experience with Jay has been amazing! We’re so happy that we asked and trusted him to capture our day, and he truely did! Moments in White were easy to converse with, and so comfortable to be around on the day. We ordered the trailer which was epic, and the final highlights video was breathtaking! All the emotion, love and laughter of the day was brought back to life through the video and we loved it! If you’re looking for a memory of the day to keep forever we highly recommend Moments in White! Sami and David"
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