Dealing with a puppy who has behavioral problems can be challenging enough on a day to day basis. When it comes to getting such a pooch to behave well enough for you to be able to groom them, that's a completely different problem. While some dogs may never reach the point where they are fully relaxed and ready to behave while being groomed, in most cases, with a little hard work and patience, you should be able to work with your dog to complete the job with a minimal amount of fuss.
If you stop for a moment and look at the situation from your puppy's point of view--the tools, the noise, the being touched all over and being restrained in place-it becomes easier to see why she gets a little nervous. If you were new to this type of situation, you would probably be a little freaked out too.
Grooming a dog who has a hard time behaving can be very challenging, but if you maintain your place and attitude as that of the Alpha leader in your "pack" this should make things easier. If all else fails, talk to your vet about a sedative for the first few grooming sessions. The big thing is to make the whole process as much fun for both of you as you can. Make this a personal bonding time for the two of you, you won't regret it.