I had my first experience with The Photo Love Bus when I attended a Colorado Springs Tweet Up at The Iron Bird Brewery. It was honestly the highlight of the night. The owners are so passionate about their business that you can’t help but smile in every photo. This is an incredible, local business and I encourage everyone to experience the love!
Brenda F.

Here’s a quick video welcome, along with answers to some of your questions from Mary Lynne, the owner and operator of the Photo Love Bus. (Just keep on scrolling if you want to skip this babble and go straight to the regular old FAQ!)

Answers to some of our most frequently asked questions:

Can you bring the bus to locations other than Colorado Springs?

We are happy to travel, but will charge appropriate travel fees to cover transporting the bus (and ourselves!), including hotel fees if necessary. 

Help! I don't think the bus will work at my venue. Can you set up a regular photo booth?

Yes! We can set you up with an an open air photo booth. Get in touch, and we’ll hook you up. 

How does your photo booth work?

Your guests step into the bus, sit on the back seat, and are guided through our automated photo booth process. The camera takes a series of shots with a countdown between each one, and printouts are ready for your guests immediately! 

Can we provide our own props?

Absolutely! Feel free to bring props that complement your theme. You can add to what we provide, or we’re happy to put away our props for the night. 

Can I rent the bus to use in a photography shoot?

Yes! We can bring the bus to a photo session to use as a prop. We will stay with the bus during the entire session. Contact us for pricing.

What year is the bus?

Ginger is a 1971 “bay window” VW bus

I don't care about your photo booth. How much for the bus?

Ha ha. Sorry, but the bus is not for sale!