I also suggest you don't breed two different breeds together, just for the experience. There are so many rabbits out there in shelters, and by breeding irresponsibly, you are just adding to that.
Responsible breeders do a lot of research, and they breed purebreds to better them, not just because they want to experience it, or want to witness the miracle of birth (because chances are it's not going to happen with rabbits. I've watched probably 2 or 3 births and I've been breeding for 5 years. It's hard to catch, and does genuinely do not like being watched while they're kindling.)
Breeding two purebreds to better them to the standard means that you should be very familiar with your breeds standard, know how to identify faults and disqualifications, and breed two animals that will compliment eachother and produce better quality offspring.
With breeding any breed of dwarf rabbit, there is always the chance of peanuts, because it's a gene. There is no way around it. You might get a litter with one peanut, or you might get a litter that is all peanuts.
If you really want to share the experience, then look into fostering a doe with a litter from your local shelter or rabbit rescue. Then you can get the experience without personally breeding your own rabbit.