This photo shoot is one I have wanted to do for a long time. I was just waiting for her to be big enough that my wedding dress wouldn't completely fall off of her. For this shoot, I set up inside, next to a big window for the best natural light. I used a white backdrop, dressed up my little one in my dress and snapped some pictures.
In order to shoot inside without flash, you are going to want a slower shutter speed and the largest aperture your lens can muster. The bigger the F-stop, the smaller your aperture is. So you want to shoot closer to F/1.8 instead of F/22. I shot at F/1.8 and 1/80 for these photos. Shooting in the best lit room in your house, and without a direct flash is key to getting good pictures. Be aware the larger your aperture, the smaller your depth of field, basically meaning a smaller area of sharp focus. If you want more detail in the photograph you can bump up your F-stop, but this will also let less light in the camera, so you will have to compensate with something else to get the light you need.