To begin with get the hang of breastfeeding, ask for help from as many people as you need to. Establish your supply. Bf was tough with my first as no-one spotted she had a posterior tongue tie until she was almost 6 weeks old, got it cut privately. I sought help from some amazingly supportive bf ladies, but I also saw a GP who was less helpful! My health visitor was awesome at helping me and encouraging me. My friend lent me some books and I was fascinated to learn that women can bf an adopted baby without having been pregnant. So my supply had gone down loads as my baby was tongue tied, but with all the support I received and my bloody determination I managed to get it back up gradually until she was just having one bottle every evening which my hubby gave her so I got a break and he got to bond with her. My son was also tongue tied but I spotted that and got it cut straight away and he refused a bottle! There is a magic window of time to introduce a bottle, I can't remember when it is, but if you can hold off until your supply is established and just do one feed at the same time every day its wonderful mixed feeding (bf is easier though as no washing or sterilising, doesn't matter where you are, if you are with baby you can feed baby).
Another way oh can bond with baby is using a sling, carrying your baby especially in the 4th trimester is amazing for bonding. A stretchy or close caboo, make sure you put it on tight and go to a sling library/meet for advice. I love baby wearing and still carry my babies (when they let me) even now they are 5 and 3years old.
Best advice I got re breastfeeding was take it one feed at a time. Best advice I got about being a mum was listen to your baby and trust your mummy instincts, you are the expert in your baby. Good luck.