Is the past tense of ''wed'', ''wedded'' or ''wed''?
Is it correct to say ''the bride and groom wedded, yesterday'' or ''the bride and groom wed, yesterday''?
The past tense is wed, but it is hardly ever used in the past tense; most often people will say "they (got) married" instead.
I wouldn't put a comma before yesterday in your examples, either, but there is much room for debate in that domain.
''the bride and groom wedded yesterday'' or ''the bride and groom wed yesterday''.
That comma was a mistake.
The word ''wed'' is hardly ever used at all. Most of the time people will just say ''marry'', ''get married'' and ''(got) married''.
I rarely use the word ''wed'' ever.