I am quite pleased w/ the way the invitations came out in the end, but it was very difficult to get them printed. I only used the invitations, not the reply cards (will use them as thank you notes). The first problem I experience was in formating the paper to the proper size and spacing. The on-line templates were not good. Finally got it sized and aligned correctly. Then it wouldn't print on my home computer (only tried the test pages). I've printed odd size paper w/ my home computer before so I know my printer can handle it, but couldn't get this one to print properly.
Then tried on a printer at work. Got it to work on the test paper. Alignment was fine. Tried the invitations, but they were too thick and the printer kept jamming.
Tried a 3rd printer - heavy duty one at work. FINALLY, success!! I was very frustrated and thought I was going to have to go to Kinkos. The cost of having them printed at Kinkos would have wiped out any savings over printing the invitations on a website like vistaprint or another on-line invitation company.
If you decide to buy these, first cut a 8.5 x 11" sheet of paper in half (5.5 x 8.5" is the size of the invitation). Try to print it in your home printer. If you can't get the alignment correct, don't buy them. If you can, try it on thick paper if you have it. If you can still print, go ahead w/ the purchase. If not, try another brand.