I've noticed that with honey and a pinch of baking soda, there's not much of a need to tone since honey is already a little on the acidic side. I do put moisturizer on afterward though (very necessary for skin health).
Your witch hazel toner sounds great, you can stick to that. Toners are great if you use natural soap, commercial cleansers, or baking soda only.
Or, you can try a natural alpha-hydroxy toner using diluted apple cider vinegar at bedtime, and use a cotton ball to apply (no need to rinse). ACV tones, improves skin quality and texture, shrinks pores, prevents acne, fades dark marks from acne, and improves acne redness. Don't forget to swab your neck too. You don't want fabulous skin jawline up and forget your neck
Some people use diluted lemon juice to tone, but that's not something that keeps well in the bathroom, and it makes my face itch personally.