I'm going to have some different advice that the other posters so far...
The way I see it there's two ways you could go:
-Adopt a kitten, with the intention of raising it to enjoy cuddles
-Adopt and already snuggly adult cat
Both options are viable.
I disagree with the idea that a kitten will just grow into a cat who doesn't cuddle. Out of our four cats ALL of them cuddle. Sure, with Torri it's only in her room (where she feels safe), and with Jitzu if she's having a bad day she doesn't want to...but by and large they are all cuddly cats.
I'm a firm believer that it's all in how you raise them. Kittens do go through less cuddly phases, but they'll come back to it if you make it enjoyable.
The main things I did to ensure both my boys loved cuddles were:
-Make sure they were comfortable with the level of contact.
Doran likes hugs, kisses, ect because I got him very young (he was abandoned) and he was raised getting lots of kisses and hugs from day one. He loves it and will ask for kisses ect...the other cats do NOT like my face that close to them. Watch their body language and adjust your actions accordingly.
Most cats don't like to feel constricted, and if you lay your hand/arm across them they will get up and move. Ditto with face-to-face touching, unless they initiate it I don't put my face in their space.
-NEVER put down a fussing kitten. Wait until they settle.
There's two reasons for this, the main one is that if they fuss or struggle and you put them down right away they learn that fussing means you'll let go. That makes any sort of medicating, nail trimming, ect MUCH harder than it needs to be. The other reason is that the act of struggling is uncomfortable in itself, if that's the last thing that happens every time you hold them they'll slowly become more adverse to being handled.
-Cuddle them when they're tired! Excited bouncy kittens don't want to cuddle! Have playtime first, and when they're all sleepy and adorable scoop them into your lap and have cuddle time then. I did mandatory sleepy-cuddles every day with the boys as they grew because I think it's important to give them a thorough check up regularly and it's much easier when they're sleepy. Now, when they want a nap they come find me and WANT to nap with mummy rubbing their little cheeks, or paws, ect.
Snuggling sleepy cats is one of my favorite things, so I encouraged it with lots of their favorite rubs and pets.
Kittens do have attitudes, and I see no reason the breeders should be put off by asking which kitten is cuddlier...but also ask if you could come visit the kittens and interact with them before it's pick-up day, or before you need to choose. if they won't let you near kittens and Queen ASK why. If they have legitimate concerns (distemper is going around in your area and it's for the safety of the kittens, ect) then that's one thing...if they just say no and won't explain I wouldn't get a kitten from them anyways.
See which kitten clicks with you, I like to hold them on their backs like a baby and tickle their tummies. Some kittens will tense up and immediately try to flip over - that could be anxiety, stress, excitement, ect. Others will purr and completely relax in your arms...that kitten is a better bet to raise a cuddler.
Either way, I'm sure you'll find the right kitty for you