I purchased these place cards (in white, not ivory) for my daughter's wedding reception, to avoid fussing with handwritten cards or hiring a calligrapher. The enclosed directions seemed to be written for a non-computer savvy person--I pity any such person who purchased these place cards! It wasn't simple to find the correct template on the Gartner website. Once I found it, I quickly realized that I had to change the margins, as the template did not quite match the actual sheets of cards. Also, the font included with the template (Edwardian Script ITC) was difficult to work with--looked great on the computer, but printed too large to fit the cards. I ended up using Cochin (italicized) from my Mac, which worked well and looked classy. Fortunately, before beginning this project, I took the time to google other people's comments on this product, which headed off some issues. The package contains a sample sheet, so you can print a test of each page and hold it up to the sample, to make sure your text fits in the little boxes. Be sure you feed the card stock manually into the printer, and change your printer settings to "Thick Paper" (or equivalent). We used a paper cutter to cut the cards apart--did not even try to pull them apart, based on other user comments. The completed place cards look great! I suggest leaving plenty of time for this project, and make sure you have at least a few extra sheets on hand, in case you make a mistake. If you are not VERY comfortable with computers, I suggest you might not want to take on this project. I hope this information helps.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]