Sounds like you're on the right track, although I'd go as high as 40% wheat if you're planning on getting hop flavor too. If you only want a mild hop flavor and aroma, you could just do a Bittering and Dry Hop combo, eschewing any other boil additions. If you keep the amounts low (~.5oz bittering, 1oz DH?), you should get a good NS nose and still let the wheat shine through, especially as it ages. Maybe another half ounce of hops at ~10 minutes remaining just so it has some lasting power.
I'd agree with going with a spicier strain rather than a fruity one, but the most important part would be to keep proper temperature control. If you let it rocket off to 80F on day 1, the esters will overpower just about anything else you do. I don't have a specific recommended strain, but perhaps someone else can chime in there.