Good on you Will for doing this. There is definitely a market for it, you just have to figure out a way to reach it.
There is a recurring theme among wedding photographers to start offering film for their "special" packages.
My friend Dan Sheehan
has been doing this for years. He used to be a photojournalist but then decided he liked spending time with his family and not getting shot at. He started shooting weddings like a photojournalist in the 1990's simply because someone needed a photographer and that was the way he shot. And the rest, as they say, is history. When he shot my friend David's wedding, he hand printed the selected shots on super nice photographic paper and bound them in a hard backed book.
You can see his work here: http://www.abeautifuldayphotography.com
The best part is that people really like it and you can charge them an excellent rate for the novelty of "real" photographs.
When my wife and I got married back in 1997, we had a photographer from the local paper shoot our wedding. Unfortunately, he over-cooked the development and the negatives have the black/white contrast of litho film, but those are the risks of analog shooting, eh? :cool: