OMG! She's simply adorable! I bet you can't wait to get her! I don't blame you.
I actually have 3 cats and just recently (at the end of March) brought 2 buns home to live. At first, I just let the cats sniff the buns through the cage. 2 of the cats were more afraid of the bunnies than they were of them! Ha! ha! My third (and youngest) cat was very interested in them. When the buns were a bit older (about 12 weeks old, I think) I started letting one of the cats in the room during playtime. The two older ones were just rather bored with the buns and would run away when a bun came to check them out. When I decided to let Simba (my youngest cat) in, I had to really watch him closely because he wanted to play too rough with them. He was never "mean" to them, but just wanted to get a little too rowdy sometimes. I started out very slowly with him and would always end the session on a good note (for example, if they were all relaxed in each others presence). Now, they all get along great! My bunnies don't have free run of the house when I'm not home so they are never left unsupervised with the cats, though. Also, my buns are not small bunnies (they are both about 6 lbs now...and still growing) so that might make a difference, too. There are so many people on here (BB) that have rabbits living together with other animals, so it's definitely possible. Just be sure to continue to give your kitty lots of attention when the bunny comes. Mine were jealous and I realized it was because I was so taken with the buns that I wasn't giving them enough "personal" time.
Regarding the idea of getting another bunny: I have read on this site and others that alot of times, a single bunny will bond more closely with you (the human) if they don't have a bunny partner. I don't have too much experience with that because I got both my buns at the same time as babies. But I can tell you that I think they prefer each others company rather than snuggling up to me. *sniff sniff* So..if she bonds with you and is a happy bunny then I don't think another bunny is a necessity. Lots of people only have one bun and they do quite well. She will very likely miss her littermates at first, but she'll come to see you as her new mommy in a short time.
The name you picked out is beautiful. It really fits her, I think. Does it have a special meaning to you? Good luck! And I can't wait to see more pics of her!!