Best Teeth Whitening Tips for Brides

Getting gorgeous for the big day? Here’s how to get whiter teeth for your upcoming wedding without having to expose your mouth to nasty, toxic, and harmful ingredients!

Teeth Whitening Tips for Brides Wedding Planning for the Big Day

We understand how busy brides can be, which is why the Dr. Brite Teeth Whitening Pens are the perfect way to brighten your smile! Designed for on-the-go application, these whitening pens safely and effectively remove years of stains and whiten your teeth without causing pain or sensitivity. It only takes a few minutes to apply, and you can even do it while you're on your way to a meeting with your wedding planner. 

Available in two formulas, with peroxide and peroxide-free, the pens are created with the highest-quality organic ingredients and without harmful chemicals.

Teeth Whitening Pen with Natural Ingredients

The Dr. Brite Teeth Whitening Pen is made with food-grade hydrogen peroxide that helps whiten teeth by two shades in as little as two days! For best results we suggest using this pen after you brush your teeth in the morning and at night. Maintain your noticeably whiter smile by using the peroxide-free pen once during the day to lift any surface stains from your morning coffee or tea.

Peroxide Free Teeth Whitening Pen 

If you have an allergy to peroxide or are extra sensitive, this teeth whitening solution is for you! The gentle formula is made with organic coconut oil to neutralize harmful bacteria, baking soda to whiten teeth, and vitamin C to improve gum health. When used 2-3 times per day, your teeth will become 4 shades whiter in just one week!

Whitening Pen Tips 

  1. Dry your teeth with a paper towel before application 
  2. If you have a new pen, you may have to pump the applicator 20-30 times before it's ready
  3. Click the pen 1-2 times to release the appropriate amount of gel for the top teeth, and 1-2 clicks for the bottom teeth
  4. Use circular motions when applying the gel, as if you are erasing something
  5. Do not eat or drink anything for 30 minutes after use

Wedding Beauty Timeline

Just like everything else when it comes to wedding planning, whitening your teeth before the big day requires time and preparation. 

2-3 Months Before Your Wedding Day

We highly recommend visiting the dentist two or three months before the wedding ceremony for a deep cleaning and dental exam.

This way, if your dental professional recommends any kind of treatment, such as a filling or root canal, you will have plenty of time to complete the procedure before saying “I do.”

2-3 Weeks Before Your Wedding Day

Use the Dr. Brite Teeth Whitening Pens after consuming dark-colored foods or drinks. They’ll help ensure that pigments won’t sit on the surface of your teeth long enough to stain. 

Intended for on-the-go application, these whitening pens conveniently fit into small handbags or clutches, and only take a few minutes to use.

On Your Wedding Day

Before you walk down the aisle, sipping beverages through a straw will help maintain a white smile, as will rinsing your mouth with water after eating or drinking.

Floss, brush your teeth, and rinse before applying a final whitening treatment. Using the Dr. Brite Teeth Whitening Pen just before exchanging vows will keep your teeth sparkling all day and night!

Proper Oral Care

Remember that the foundation for a happy and healthy mouth starts with good oral hygiene. 


1. How can I make my teeth white on wedding day?

Getting your teeth whitened professionally at your dentist's office is the quickest, safest, and most effective way to improve your appearance. The same can be achieved in one or two 1-1.5 hour sessions that would otherwise take many weeks to accomplish.

2. How soon before my wedding should I whiten my teeth?

Most dentists will recommend teeth whitening before your wedding day since it takes several treatments to achieve the desired results. Therefore, it's recommended that you begin your treatments a month or few weeks before your wedding.

3. Do wedding photographers whiten teeth?

Having their teeth whitened is one of the most commonly requested editing services by wedding clients. You may receive requests from your clients to whiten their teeth for their photographs for a variety of reasons. For example, certain individuals may be highly conscious of what their teeth look like.

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