If I was you, I will give myself 2 months before adding any livestock to the tank.
I would have the lights, tank, stand, substrate, rocks, ferts, co2 and filters ready before filling up the tank.
When you have all of this ready start the by laying out the substrate and rocks, order the plants and while the plants get there you can move the hardscape around.
Plants arrived. Fill up the tank a tiny bit over the substrate and plant it. Flood the tank using a spray or laying plastic wrap in top so you don't get it all destroyed. Slow, like Amano.
Make sure your filter(s) are primed.
Start the filters, set your light and co2 at maximum and follow instructions for a fish less cycle with ammonia. If you use Ada soil, you may just let the soil leach it, not sure.
During the first month, you can rescape and play around with it without worrying about critters, get your parameters rigth and after 30 days you can start testing for ammonia and no2 to see if it's cycled. Then slowly start adding critters, although I wouldn't use dwarf shrimp with fish, amanos are better.
I haven't done it exactly like this but next time I will definitively do it like I just described.
Just a huge suggestion! Lol!