Honing should be ~$40. I did the dis assembly and reassembly, so I would expect that to be an extra $50. There are also different types of honing - I believe you want a plateau hone.
I would get new main and rod bearings, as well as the piston rings. I thought I could get by with just rod bearings, but discovered one of my mains had a pretty big gouge on it, and had to wait another week for shipping. Get new thrust bearings because they're uber cheap. While you're at it, it's not a bad idea to replace all the freeze plugs for an extra $15, especially if your block gets cleaned with corrosive solvent, which it inevitably will be. Don't forget to get all the seals you will be needing. There are 2 different size oil pan seals, oil pump pickup seal, oil pump housing seal, oil pump outlet o-ring, and front and rear main seals. Plan on spending 2x the time that you expect to take if this is your first time. Just for the machine work, my shop took 5 days, although they did have a lot of other projects (can you say Rolls-Royce Merlin 27 liter v12??). All these parts mentioned above except for seals can be bought at:
You can find all the seals at finishlineperformance.com
Throwout bearing is easy - take the old one off the shaft and then slip that new sucker on the shaft for maximum performance. Don't forget to lube the shaft and fork with a very light coat of moly grease. For the clutch, just unscrew the 6 bolts holding the pressure plate on, then take it off, and the disk will come off with it. If you're getting the flywheel surfaced, there's an extra 6 bolts to take off, and don't forget to take the 3 dowels and bearing out. Then replace everything, and line up the disk with the flywheel bearing with a clutch tool. Easy.
If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask
edit: congratulations on the marriage!