Two-time Olympian Johnny Weir is grateful for well wishes he's received on his marriage to Victor Voronov.

“Thank you to everyone for your well wishes to me and @vitya_zvesda! It means a lot to have your blessings! Mama loves you!” he messaged to his nearly 103,000 followers.

Weir, 27, and Voronov, 28, ended 2011 by tying the knot in a civil ceremony at the New York City Courthouse on Friday, December 30, 2011.

The pair are planning a wedding this summer.

The couple married in the company of their parents, Tony and Lili Voronov and Patti and John Weir, and have taken the surname Weir-Voronov. Johnny Weir will continue to be known as Johnny Weir in his professional life.

“I am so happy to have found my match,” Johnny Weir said in a statement. “Finding someone to share your life with is one of the most important things a human can do and was preached to me by my mother. Victor is the epitome of a gentleman, as handsome as he is clever and loving. Our road to marriage has been a fast one, but one I never waivered on. I am honored to have been married in the great state of New York, and I hope more states pass laws allowing all Americans to be united through love and marriage.”

In an interview with The GA Voice, Weir, who only came out gay roughly a year ago in his memoir Welcome to my World, mentioned that his boyfriend had only recently come out gay.