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This June 8, 2013 photo provided by Maddie Eisenhart shows a bride and groom dancing at a self-DJ'd wedding at Camp Lotus in Lotus, Calif.Although professional DJs and wedding planners scoff at the idea of do-it-yourself dance-floor playlists, technology makes it almost irresistibly simple.Google Cast and Apple's AirPlay let you control the playlist remotely.The trick is coming up with a playlist. A year ago, in the middle of wedding season, the staff of six full-time New York curators and a fleet of freelancers realized they had no wedding playlist. They corrected that with a dozen specialized lists, from the Marvin Gaye-packed "It's Your Wedding Day!" to "Rustic Outdoor Wedding," filled with Avett Brothers and Mumford and Sons. Of course, users can go off the reservation and add their own songs. Those who DJ their own weddings run into several challenges.This June 8, 2013 photo provided by Maddie Eisenhart shows guests dancing at a self-DJ'd wedding at Camp Lotus in Lotus, Calif.Evan Minsker, 27, spent months making a playlist for his May 2014 wedding – then wrote about the process for indie-rock website Pitchfork, where he is a staff writer.
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