I do not think she will make much use of playstands yet, also be careful when you get them that they are sturdy enough to support her if she pulls herself up on them.
Regarding toys I would probably get some tree stumps or thicker branches and make blocks out of them, sanded with very fine sand paper to smooth the edges and with the bark left on it so she can play with those, a couple of playsilks, a nice simple wooden rattle/ teething ring, a sheep skin - try to find various natural tactile things. Maybe something to push, like a dolls pram that can help her to support herself when she starts walking, picture books and lots of music and interaction.
I think the more natural you keep it the better, children love music, we have lots of different types of music and ds still loves to dance and sing along (so do I)!
If you want more toy ideas, have you checked out some of the natural toy web sites, they have loads of ideas,....which can easily carry you away into a shopping spree...I always try to keep toys to a minimum and think about what ds would want to use, he gives me normally the cues regarding his momentary interest and activities, also keeping open ended play in mind with things helps (these type of toys can be used in various ways so you do not need to by lots of specific toys but one good toy that can be used for all kinds of stuff).
As an example ds has a wooden clicker, that he used to just push around for the noise it made, than it became a vacuum cleaner and now it is a lawn mower.