Wedde (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈʋɛdə]) is a village in the municipality Bellingwedde in the province Groningen in the Netherlands. It is located 9 km southeast of Winschoten.
Wedde was a separate municipality until 1968, when it was merged with Bellingwolde to form Bellingwedde. The new name Bellingwedde is a contraction of Bellingwolde and Wedde.
Wedde is located at 53°4′12″N 7°4′34″E / 53.07000°N 7.07611°E (53.07, 7.08) in the southwest of the municipality Bellingwedde, in the east of the province Groningen, in the northeast of the Netherlands. Wedde is an administrative neighbourhood (Dutch: buurt) in the district (Dutch: wijk) of Blijham.
As of 2007, Wedde has a population of 630.
The Wedderborg is a borg (castle) in the village.