I've made only 1 fruit beer but it happens to be a Stawberry wheat beer and it is amazing. Not sure if you are doing all grain, being the beginners forum I assume possibly not. Mine was done all grain but I see no reason why it wouldn't come out just as good using a wheat and regular extract combination.
I did a simple wheat beer 60% wheat to 40% 2 Row. With just a bit of Cascade ~.5 oz (I like cascade and I had a bunch around since its mostly for bittering I bet any bittering hop would likely do just fine) at 60mins. I added a 1oz shot of Cascade at 5minutes just to bring in a bit of the cascade flavor.
I let it ferment for a few weeks then racked the whole thing onto 6lbs of frozen strawberries (bag of organic berries from Costco). I didn't even thaw them just racked onto them. I left it on the berries for a couple weeks and then racked it into a keg.
I ended up with a very nice pink color and a wonderful tart strawberry flavor. The wheat beer added a nice smooth mouth feel. I will say it was very fruity so be aware of that if you are looking for something subtle use less fruit especially with a less malty and flavorful beer like a wheat.
Have fun whatever you end up making