Chives and honey are ok together. I make a great chicken dish with honey, soy sauce and scallions. But you can leave them out.
First thing, it's usually a good idea to "double dip" chicken. That means flour dip first, egg wash next (the flour helps the egg stick) and crumb dip last.
I think you should experiment with some honey in the egg wash. It's a great way to add a layer of flavor. I usually add soy sauce (a pro kitchen trick), dijon mustard, hot sauce or whatever I feel like in the egg.
Season the crumbs with whatever suits you. IMO you can never go wrong with garlic!
EXPERIMENT!! You'll get more and more confident about cooking the more you do it. You'll get a better handle on what ingredients, tastes, textures, etc. work for youand your family.
A Question, though ... why the butter?