Hi Logan and
to the forums!
It's great to meet you and to hear about all the preparations and things you're taking into account for your future budgies! I really wish there were more people like you who adopted these sweet little birds
You've got a great diet plan-- splitting up the seeds is a good idea between morning and night, or you can do it the other way and give them all of their seed in the morning and still leave in pellets 24/7. I do it the second way and that works great for my girl!
I use Higgins Vita-Blend seed, it's of reasonable price and good quality. I also feed my girl ZuPreem fruity pellets (if you feed these, be sure to get the canary size as the ones marketed for budgies are too big for them to eat comfortably). Despite the added food coloring, these pellets are often more desirable to budgies who are just starting to eat pellets and will help them to transition to other types if you want, or are fine as a daily pellet food.
Also, by the way, fruit should only be fed in moderation (once a week is good) as it is high in sugars. Daily veggies are great, though! You should leave in veggies for a few hours at a time before removing them so that they don't have time to spoil. As a point of interests, budgies can actually tell which plants/veggies are fresh from looking at them, so they most likely won't eat it past a few hours anyway
Other good seed brands include Dr. Harveys, Vitakraft and Volkmans (Katherine mentioned the last one above). Here's a sticky with some good guidelines on choosing quality seed:
I can tell your budgies are going to get the best possible care with you
Meanwhile, be sure to continue to read through the forum's many Budgie Articles and "stickies" (threads "stuck" to the top of each subform for easy reference) to ensure you're up to date on all the best practices for budgie care.
If you have any questions after reading through everything, be sure to ask!