I don't really know what the 'kinds of weddings' I do are. I've been thinking a lot about this. In our industry, there's so much talk about 'your client' or 'your photographer' and finding the 'ideal' one of these.
I've shot so many different weddings.
I've done first looks and I've done communication lockdown until the aisle. I've done Anglican and Atheist. I've done backyards and beaches. I've done chapels, cathedrals, car parks and conference centres. Farms, fields and (reimagined) factories.
I don't think any of these things define the kinds of people I like to work with or the 'weddings I do'.
When I photograph something, I am a part of it. I take selfies with the Grandma that doesn't like having her photo taken. I will sing the harmonies to 'Africa' by Toto. I'm still learning to do bowties but I'll do your button holes. I regularly play chauffeur.
I want people to look at my photographs and understand what it felt like to be there. If that's the kind of photography you want, then you are my ideal client. It doesn't really get any more complex than that.