If it helps, Google Books "Ngram" reports that between 1859 and 2008 "bright choice" is not often used in printed English. The peak usage of 6.7^-8% was reached in 1858 to 1865. Since the end of the American Civil War it has dropped significantly from there, and by 2008 it was 2.83^-8%.
"Wise choice" by comparison has a frequency some 1,000 times higher than "bright choice." It is always possible that a word or phrase is much more used when speaking rather than writing, or among a specific sub-group of the population, but my own experience is that "bright choice" is not a phrase in common usage, and one that I would regard as a neologism.