Oasis Convention Centre was founded in the early 1990’s

and has since been thriving with continuous business and success well into the present day.

With a strong team of dedicated staff, Oasis has found the staying power and secret to it’s continued success.

As you enter in to our grand lobby you are greeted by a sparking water wall that sets the perfect serene ambiance.

With more than 24,000 sq. ft. of beautifully decorated space our three ballrooms

with unique bar area, dance floor and décor are ideal for any event.

Wedding DJ

Oasis Convention Centre

DJ Services

•Professional MC Services
•Interactive Professional DJ’s & MC’s
•Appropriate Music Selections
•Music Sheets (Must Play & Do Not Play)
•Event Day Requests
•Online Request

•Complete Sound System Solutions
•Superb Light Shows
•Timely Setup and Delivery

Oasis Convention Centre Photo Booth Service

Toronto's Best Photo Booth Rental

  • Friendly Staff to Assist
  • We Use Canon DSLR Cameras
  • Huge 4×6 Prints (optional strips)
  • Photo Lab Quality Prints
  • 12 Second Prints
  • Huge Images
  • Full Body Images
  • Up to 16 People in the Booth
  • Large Personalize Area
  • 3 Pose Layout (quicker sessions)
  • Quick Photo Session
  • Vertical or Horizontal Layout
  • Virtually unlimited layouts
  • Online Customization
  • Open Concept
  • Quick Change Props
  • Huge Entertainment
  • Photo’s that get Kept
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Mississauga DJ Services

Weddings & Corporate Events

Did you Know.. Weddings

While white has always been the colour of choice for wedding parties in Japan, in Europe and North America, the white wedding gown was first worn and popularized by Queen Victoria in 1840. Prior to that date, a bride simply wore her best fancy dress.

In Asia, brides and grooms will wear robes that have been embroidered with cranes, which symbolize faithfulness and fidelity.

The wedding veil comes to us from ancient Greece and Rome, where brides wore them to protect themselves from evil spirits.


The engagement ring is worn on the ‘ring finger’ – fourth on the left hand – because at one time people believed that a vein in the ring finger led directly to the heart.


The engagement ring itself as we commonly know it – made of precious metal and adorned with diamonds – first became a custom among Venetians of the upper classes in the 15th century.

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