Hospital chief Mohammed al-Sawmali said the groom and 45 of the wounded were brought to the local al-Jomhouri hospital.
He strongly condemned the recent attacks by Saudi Arabian aircrafts in the civilian targets in various cities of Yemen especially brutal attack to a wedding ceremony in Hajja province which killed and wounded dozens of innocent Yemeni citizens including women and children.
The number of known casualties from Sunday's airstrikes is likely to increase as rescue operations continue, a spokesman for the Houthi-controlled Health Ministry, Abdel-Karim al-Kahlani, told dpa.More news: 12-year-old boy steals parents' credit card, flies to Bali alone
This was the third deadly airstrike in Yemen since the weekend.
It has launched thousands of air strikes in a campaign to restore the internationally recognized government.
The Saudi-led coalition declined to comment on the strikes when reached by the AP.More news: Amazon plots home robots
The United Nations says 10,000 people have died in the three-year-old war, and three out of four Yemenis - 22 million civilians - need relief aid.
On September 28, 2015, a coalition air strike killed 131 attending a wedding in the Red Sea village of al-Wahjiah, near the ancient port of al-Mokha.
Even the Houthis state their missile strikes on the kingdom are still at retaliation for broadcast raids from the Western-backed coalition on Yemen. The United States and European countries have also been criticized and accused of complicity in the coalition's attacks in Yemen due to their support for the alliance and for supplying it with weapons worth billions of dollars.More news: Landry shares Valero lead, eyes first career win
Saudi air defense has intercepted two ballistic missiles fired by Houthi militias towards the border city of Jazan, according to Al Arabiya television on Monday.