Cook side dishes before your trip, or visit the deli section of your favorite supermarket or deli to stock up on prepared selections, being certain that you will have the ability to properly refrigerate your choices during your trip.
No matter what kind of leaves you end up making, be sure to store them in airtight containers (and possibly refrigerate, depending upon ingredients) for safekeeping before the wedding.
Tomatoes should be stored at room temperature for best flavor but if you plan on having them for more than a day or two go ahead and refrigerate them.
If you cut too many leaves you can refrigerate the extra for a day or two or put them in ice cube trays, cover with water, and freeze for later use.
If you store food in airtight containers and refrigerate or freeze your food, you reduce the risk of illness and increase your food safety.
If ganache gets to soft, refrigerate until firm and continue until all of the ganache has been formed into balls.
After enclosing it in the puff pastry and sealing it, place the roast on a plate, lightly cover it with plastic wrap and refrigerate it.
Tightly wrap the meat in plastic wrap to make the duxelles adhere to the pâté and refrigerate for thirty minutes.
Shape the dough into a log about an inch of a quarter thick, roll onto parchment, or wax paper, and refrigerate for two hours.
If your recipient will be able to refrigerate the cheese shortly after receiving the gift, then you have many more options.