I don't understand why people start out with the idea of blending when making Lambics. Commercial brewers do it due to the variability of the product; they want to make it consistent.
If you have a good reason for blending, then fine, but most people I see just think they should be doing it because that's what the pros do.
I'd just pitch on a part of the cake, to let the Brett grow. Stressing the Brett during it's reproduction phase gives some of it's rustic flavors. If you pitch on a whole cake it will not have to reproduce much. Add some more sacc yeast, as most, if not all the original sacc will have died. Any type will do.
As for your original beer. I'd probably leave it where it is for another 6 months, but there is no issue with racking it or even bottling it.