welcome to binkybunny britty_mae! bringing home your first bunny is very exciting :-)
here are some things to consider:
Bunnies really need to live indoors, for their safety and health. I'm a big fan of the NIC cube cottages (www.rabbitnetwork.org/articles/NIC.shtml
) which take some time to make, but cost less than a traditional cage. If you're going to purchase a cage, make sure to allow your bunny plenty of play space and avoid wire bottom cages, since they can lead to sore hocks. X-pens also make great bunny houses, you'll just want to put blankets down on the floor first.
A bunny younger than seven months will be on unlimited alfalfa pellets and hay. Many commercially available pellets are not good for bunnies. I highly recommend Oxbow brand pellets since they're healthy and have the right levels of nutrients. You'll slowly start to add in veggies. At around 7 months old, you'll slowly transition your bunny to timothy pellets, veggies and unlimited timothy hay. At this point, you'll also start to limit pellets, an average is 1/4 cup per 5 pounds of bunny.
Spaying / Neutering
It's very important for bunny's health! It also helps behavior, stop aggresiveness and litter training. Unspayed females have a VERY high rate of uterine cancer, so it is very important to spay.
Do you have other pets?
We often have people bring in their dog or cat prior to adopting a rabbit. How they'll interact is something to think about.